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Does This Warm Winter Foretell a Long, Hot Summer?: A Conversation with UGA's Dr. Marshall Shepherd Atlanta, GA (2012-01-31) As January turns to February, Georgia continues to enjoy a much milder-than-usual winter. But, naturally, that raises the questions of whether the summer will be a scorcher, and whether the drought will return and worsen. WABE's Denis O'Hayer spoke with Dr. Marshall Shepherd, Director of the Atmospheric Sciences Program at the University of Georgia, and the president-elect of the American Meteorological Society.
Radon Gas Testing Encouraged to Combat High Rates in Georgia Atlanta, GA (2012-01-16) With radon levels twice as high than the national average in some north Georgia homes, the state urges homeowners and renters to test for the gas during "Radon Action" month.
Emory Research Shows Promise for Severely Depressed Atlanta, GA (2012-01-02) Latest collaborative study shows "Deep Brain Stimulation" safe, effective at treating depression when other treatments fail.
Ga Tech Issues "Techno Geek" Gift Guide Atlanta, GA (2011-12-22) From robots to algorithms to... well, to be honest, we're not sure what some of these items are. But Ga Tech guarantees the most hardcore tech geek on your list just might.
Ga Tech Researchers Develop App to Measure Tremors Atlanta, GA (2011-06-24) "iTrem" is set to undergo clinical trials this summer. It could help Parkinson's patients and their doctors better monitor their conditions.