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Hope House in Augusta expanding

Posted: 01/10/2008 - A treatment facility in Augusta for women is expanding and improving its services, a few months after two local cases of double-murder suicides tied to domestic abuse.

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New VA outpatient clinic in Aiken

Posted: 01/03/2008 - The Veterans Administration is looking for all honorably discharged veterans who aren't enrolled in VA medical care yet.

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Doctors Hospital expansion

Updated: 12/14/2007 - Crews broke ground Wednesday on the largest expansion project yet at Doctors Hospital.

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Local nursing home listed among worst in the country

Updated: 12/03/2007 - The Place of Augusta is a local nursing home that's been serving the community for years. But they found themselves on an unwanted list--the 54 worst nursing homes in the country.

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South Carolinians going hungry

Posted: 11/19/2007 - A recent study indicates South Carolina is among the top five states for the highest number of people going hungry.

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Special Assignment: The Future of MCG

Updated: 11/08/2007 - In the coming years we'll need more doctors than our medical schools can produce. The Medical College of Georgia has to grow. The question is: where?

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Protecting football players from MRSA

Updated: 11/05/2007 - It's game time and the Augusta Christian football team is laced up and ready to play. But with all the hard hits and contact, Coach Bruce Lane wants to make sure his players are protected from MRSA.

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Local program helps heart patients live longer

Updated: 02/05/2009 - University Hospital offers an outpatient rehab program to heart patients that research shows helps them live longer and have fewer hospital visits.

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MRSA hits Columbia County schools

Updated: 10/31/2007 - Twelve Columbia County students are being treated for MRSA, the drug-resistant form of staph infection.

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Staph infection at Augusta State

Posted: 10/26/2007 - Augusta State University reports a case of staph infection involving one of its students, and sources on campus tell News 12 it's MRSA.

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Humane Society works to curb rabies

Posted: 10/22/2007 - On Saturday afternoon, the Columbia County Humane Society was helping prevent rabies from spreading, by giving pets a shot for only $5.

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MRSA not always deadly if caught early

Updated: 10/22/2007 - Places where people share equipment are breeding grounds for MRSA. That's why David Boyd makes sure his gym is spotless.

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