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Yerkes is Working to Cure What Ails You

Yerkes is taking on AIDS, Alzheimer's, and autism . . . and that's just the beginning of the list. Story

Building a Better Staircase

Springy stairs that store energy could help aging climbers

Traveler's Insurance

You're traveling in a remote locale when diarrhea strikes. What did you bring in your medicine kit to combat it?

From the Well

Medical Ethicist

Patient POV

  • Patient POV Winship Cancer Institute patient David Lee Nelson blogs on cancer


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Caring for Mary

Married for 35 years, Mary and Lloyd McCreary raised a son, enjoyed careers in accounting, and weathered life's storms together. Then Mary was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's. Story

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When Vision Betrays

An emeritus professor finds commonality with Impressionist masters when his vision begins to fail due to cataracts. A look at surgical advances and the restoration of clarity. Story

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Meditation for Skeptics

Meditation can also be a problem-solving tool, as Emory neurologist Sanjay Gupta learned from the Dalai Lama. Story

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Under an August Sky

The new Emory University Hospital Tower opens Story

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