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Interest is being rekindled in pioneer work of Augusta psychiatrist

...psychopathic personality (now usually referred to as the sociopathic personality). HIGHLY ADMIRED IN his chosen field of medicine, Dr. Cleckley (along with his co-author, Corbett Thigpen) became famous throughout the world with the publication in...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/opinion-columns/2015-07-04/interest-being-r
Puppy reunions more fun for humans than dogs

...one another," said Dr. Nicholas Dodman, founder of the animal behavior clinic at Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine, in Boston.Fortunately, that doesn't seem to be the case for Goldie's brood of 13 (nine fewer than the Guinness record...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/pets/2015-07-04/puppy-reunions-more-fun-humans
Veterans Affairs Hospitals | The Augusta Chronicle

...470 beds and provides tertiary care in medicine, surgery, neurology, psychiatry...spinal cord injury and rehabilitation medicine. The Downtown Division, at 15th Street...Way, is authorized for 155 beds (58 medicine, 37 surgery and 60 spinal cord injury...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/topics/organizations/hospitals/veterans-affairs-hos
Charles Freeman Jr.

...Charles and Ruth Butts Friedman. He attended Emory at Oxford College, leaving in 1944 for the University of Georgia School of Medicine in Augusta, Georgia. He graduated from medical school in 1949 and joined the Navy as a Lieutenant in the medical corps serving...

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Doctors Hospital | The Augusta Chronicle

...outpatient diagnostic and therapeutic services, physical and occupational therapy, cardiopulmonary services, radiology and nuclear medicine. Services extend beyond the traditional inpatient setting. Additional facilities operated by Doctors Hospital include a Breast...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/topics/organizations/hospitals/doctors-hospital
Medical College of Georgia Hospital and Clinics | The Augusta Chronicle

...pursuing plans for a $10 million Diges tive Health Center on the mostly vacant second floor of the old College of Den tal Medicine building nearby. Don't Miss Databases: Search public records data Things to Do: Events calendar

http://chronicle.augusta.com/topics/organizations/hospitals/medical-college-geor
John Smoltz defied odds by making Hall of Fame after Tommy John surgery

...allow the pitchers they selected in the 2014 draft to be used in a five-year study in affiliation with the American Sports Medicine Institute, which Andrews founded in 1987. The study will include every first-year pitcher in the five organizations, and...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/sports/baseball/2015-07-02/john-smoltz-defied-odds-
CMONA uses thrift store to fund ministry

...This is what the ministry is all about.People in need come to this area to get food, assistance with utility bills or medicine, or whatever relief the ministry can provide in an emergency."It needs to be an emergency, not just 'I can't pay my...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/your-faith/2015-06-26/cmona-uses-thrift-store-
Supreme Court ruling keeps health insurance subsidies for thousands in Georgia and 33 other states

...the money to afford health care," Gant said. "They've used the ER for medical care. They've used other people's medicine, they know they shouldn't be doing that. All types of things I feel are unhealthy. My concerns were we were going to go...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/health/2015-06-25/supreme-court-ruling-keeps-h
Hot confines of car can be deadly to pets

...Dr. Ben Brain ard, an associate professor of critical care in the University of Georgia's Department of Small Ani mal Medicine and Surgery, said temperatures in a closed car can rise an average of 3.2 degrees every five minutes. In just one hour...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2015-06-28/hot-confines-car-can-be-deadl