UGA Researchers Exploring Vaccine to Protect Honey Bee Colonies

This article was originally published on the University of Georgia’s College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences Newswire. By Jordan Powers Vaccines.

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There are 63 species of mosquito in Georgia — and they are still biting

By Elmer Gray – UGA College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences/UGA Cooperative Extension Cooler weather may be upon us, but as.

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National Guard Facilitates Care for Upwards of 2,700 Patients During 2 Week Clinic in GA, AL

Virginia and Massachusetts National Guard Soldiers and Airmen supported a no-cost health clinic offering vision, dental and other basic medical.

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Poll: Americans more worried about COVID, less confident in vaccination

(The Center Square) – Newly released polling data shows Americans are more pessimistic about COVID-19. Gallup released survey data Wednesday showing that.

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Monkeypox outbreak declared national public health emergency

(The Center Square) – The Biden administration Thursday declared the monkeypox outbreak a public health emergency nationwide. The declaration is an.

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First settlement reached for health-care workers in lawsuit filed over COVID-19 vaccine mandate

(The Center Square) – The first settlement in the U.S. has been reached in a class action lawsuit filed by.

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Public Health Emergency Extension Means Medicaid Eligibility On Hold

On July 15, the Biden Administration announced the official extension of the federal public health emergency (PHE) through October 13,.

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Georgia State Research Uses AI for Early Detection of Alzheimer’s, Autism, and More

New research by Georgia State University’s TReNDS Center may lead to early diagnosis of devastating conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease, schizophrenia and.

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Study: Teen cannabis use rose, mental health declined in states with fewer legal restrictions

(The Center Square) – States that have legalized marijuana have seen increasingly strong THC products and a rise in mental.

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CDC study: Remote learning hurt kids’ mental health

(The Center Square) – When schools pivoted to remote learning amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the first casualty was kids’ mental.

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