Internet scams are seeping into the housing industry as housing gains momentum and more buyers begin their search online.
In a college classroom in North Carolina a professor of Global Health Ethics puts a deceptively simple question to the class: “what causes disease?”
Atlanta is known as a center of global health activity. We are anchored in a state with a strong agricultural base, as well. What do these two things have in common?
According to the Realtors Confidence Index produced by the National Association of Realtors, Realtors’ confidence in the market stems from strong buyer demand and a tight inventory.
Though pay scales and prestige do not suggest it, Atlanta's schools of public health are more valuable to global health than the highly-specialized physicians we tend to prize here in the U.S.
A friend once told me there are two types of journalists: those who care about the story, and those who care about the writing.
While we have been working to tackle the diseases of poverty, the diseases of wealthier countries have sneaked into the same populations we serve.
The question for most organizational leaders is how to have the right amount of conflict to spark creativity and not let the fire burn too hot or spread too widely.
Where poverty exists, so do high rates of preventable disease. And where such disease exists, poor sanitation is often a root cause.
Did you send a greeting card to someone over the weekend to mark World Water Day? Probably not.
The big news recently is the $28.8 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to the Task Force for Global Health targeting "Neglected Tropical Diseases" (NTDs).
Mortgage rates are expected to rise slightly over the year and home prices are expected to rise rapidly. Many homebuyers may be wondering, “Is now the time to pull the trigger?”
While most blood clots can be detected in a hospital, blood clot-related deaths account for more deaths in America than breast cancer and AIDS. This week, David Martin begins a four-part series on blood clots ...
The next phase of the housing recovery is underway – higher credit costs. At first, it may seem as though higher credit costs accompany an unfavorable market. When in fact, higher credit costs are a ...
From May 15-17, Atlanta will host the largest event in the country that focuses on environmental revitalization and economic redevelopment: The National Brownfields Conference.
In difficult economic times businesses need every possible advantage to reap profits. Utilizing the Customer Lifetime Value (CLV) measurement has provided that advantage to many companies, from giants such as IBM and an upscale global ...