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Sunday programing -- Sunday morning worship has switched to only one worship service during the summer.
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On June 13, 2013, host Tanya Mack of The Doctors Roundtable on BusinessRadioX sat down with Dr. Anne Patterson to discuss telemedicine and high risk pregnancy management.
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Lanier Technical College is starting a new Physical Therapist Assistant Associate of Applied Science degree program on it Cumming Campus.
The Tibetan monks of the Drepung Loseling Monastery will be in Lily Dale from July 7-12.
At a time of year known for celebrating fathers, one metro Atlanta dad is hoping to give the most important of presents to his son.
A year ago this coming Friday, June 21st , Amy Everett Stankus and her creative team decided to pursue their interest and love for chocolate and other delicious treats into something bigger.
Any day now, the Supreme Court is expected to release its decisions on Prop 8, California's ban on gay marriage, and the federal Defense of Marriage Act .
Venus Chapter #61 of the Order of the Eastern Star invites the public to attend their HONORS AWARD LUNCHEON at the Bradley Academy Museum .
Heroes and psychopaths may have something in common, according to new research that links psychopathic personality traits to selfless behavior.
Mild cognitive impairment happens when a person has memory problems, but can still function well in everyday life.
OMICS Group is delighted to invite you to attend the 2nd International Conference on Medicinal Chemistry & Computer Aided Drug Designing, which is to be held on October 15-17, 2013 at Las Vegas, USA.
Dr. Rita Nahta, a breast cancer researcher, speaks with graduate student Bridgette Peake about possible research methods in Nahta's lab at the Winship Cancer Institute at Emory University in Atlanta June 10. The National Institutes of Health overall budget has shrunk by about $1.6 billion because of the federal budget sequester, and Nahta, an ... (more)
Only a generation ago, science promised to unlock the seemingly ineffable mystery of love - and we were regaled with stories of the the effects of vasopressin on pair-bonded voles on the American prairie and imaginings of romance's origin among hominids on the ancient African savannah.
ADVANCE FOR USE SUNDAY, JUNE 16, 2013 AND THEREAFTER - Dr. Rita Nahta, a breast cancer researcher, speaks with graduate student Bridgette Peake about possible research methods in Nahta's lab at the Winship Cancer Institute at Emory University in Atlanta on Monday, June 10, 2013.
Kennestone Hospital Emergency Room Physician, Dr. John Knox III, gets his blood pressure checked by his father, orthopedist Dr. John Knox Jr., on Friday, as the two share a moment with each other in the trauma center.