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Ever since 1890, when the use of anesthetics and antiseptics made it unlikely for people to die getting a nose job, cosmetic plastic surgery has been part of the global culture.
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Melissa Carter, a member of Emory University's law faculty and executive director of the Barton Child Law and Policy Center, will present a lecture March 26 at 11 a.m. in the University of Georgia Chapel.
Many breast cancer survivors experience fatigue and other debilitating symptoms that persist months to years after their course of treatment has ended.
They say you can never be too rich or too thin. Surely it goes without saying that you can't be too good-looking, either, right? Especially in Hollywood.
Last week Jimmy Carter fired off letters to Venezuela's fraudulent President Nicolas Maduro and to Venezuela's defrauded Presidential candidate Enrique Capriles expressing "grave concern" regarding the political turmoil and bloodshed convulsing their nation.
Job training programs are failing to turn out enough skilled workers to fill job openings in the U.S., a phenomenon that puzzles some European companies that expand into the U.S. President Obama freely admits that America needs to improve the way it trains workers.
Emory University Hospital was one of three hospitals across the country that took part in a six-way kidney swap this week.
Guest poets Sara DeLuca and Lynn Farmer will be featured on March 12 as Callanwolde Fine Arts Center celebrates the art and performance of poetry with readings in the Callanwolde Conservatory.
The ongoing push by three communities in central DeKalb County to get the state legislature to approve bills that would incorporate them as cities was debated in committee Thursday with no agreement reached.
Mercer University's Roberts Department of Christianity had the honor of inviting Dr. Carol A. Newsom to be the 2014 Harry Vaughan Smith Visiting Distinguished Professor of Christianity.
This photo shows a child wearing a contact lens. A green dye is used to evaluate the fit of hard lenses.
Dread going to the doctor, and hate needles even more? Take heart, there is hope on the horizon in the form of a new painless flu vaccine patch that can easily be self-administered at home.
Chef Shane McIntosh, executive chef and owner of Ocean Catering Company, is set to open lunch spot Ocean Market in downtown Atlanta.
Jonathan Chylinski of Bridgewater and Amruthasree Krishnaraj of Basking Ridge were named to the Honor List of Oxford College, the two-year liberal arts division of Emory University located in Oxford, Ga., for the fall 2013 semester.