From masks to hand sanitizer and quarantines, it seems as if those three are a thing of the past. Now it has been federally declared that the public emergency for COVID-19 will expire Thursday. But what will that mean for you and your health moving forward?
Filing out paperwork for new patients, Amber Williams and Maria Santoyo work at the new branch clinic of Mercy Med in Midtown Columbus. These clinical services added thanks to partnerships with the Columbus Housing Authority and Mercer University School of Medicine.
The effects of the weekend mass shooting in Dadeville will be felt for a lifetime, and Dr. Chante Ruffin, MD of Heritage Pediatrics in Alexander City is sharing some advice for how to help youth cope with this tragedy.
25 Columbus residents, both Star Dancers and Pro Dancers, will raise awareness, as well as funds, to help eliminate Alzheimer’s Disease by participating in the 13th in-person year of Dancing Stars of Columbus
“On June 26, I got a phone call from UAB saying I had been referred to them before I had heard anything from anyone else,” said Cameron. Just moments later, Cameron was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.
The holiday season can be difficult for those dealing with loss. That includes local bike shop owner Jason McKenzie, who shared on our “Run The Race” podcast the sad, but powerful story of losing his wife to suicide more than a decade ago, day that still haunts him.
Flu season is here. “So overall in Georgia what we are seeing is an increase in flu activity earlier than what we see in previous years,” says Jack Lockwood, Public Information Officer for the Georgia Department of Public Health.