- After years of hard work, fourth-year students at the Medical College of Georgia and Augusta University found out where they'll be matched for their residency. Match day pairs students with post-graduate programs.
- A big ingredient in over-the-counter cold medicines is found to have no more effect than a placebo in fixing your symptoms. Read more to find out which one and how to get the stuff that works.
- Medical marijuana is already legal in Georgia, but there's a big catch. Unless you're involved in a medical trial, you can't get cannabis oil in Georgia. A meeting in December looks at how to grow, produce and distribute it in Georgia.
- New military guidelines could help save the lives of soldiers struggling with substance abuse. Former Army psychiatrist Dr. Patrick Lillard says it may have helped save deputy J.D. Paugh and the National Guardsman who killed him.
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