On Aug. 8, MARTA added 18 articulated buses – also known as “bendy” buses — to its fleet. The buses will be on the agency’s high-ridership routes throughout the metro area.
This week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) celebrated its 70th anniversary. As part of this, former CDC directors gathered to reflect on the agency’ past successes and challenges.
With the broad adoption in recent years of electronic health records (EHRs), public health has the opportunity to take advantage of the availability of electronic health data to improve surveillance.
Can you imagine if Atlanta's grand old trees looked puny next to even taller, larger giants? With Trees Atlanta, I see first-hand signs of shifting baselines in our relationships with tree size.
We’re learning more every day about what Zika causes and how to prevent it, but there is still a lot that we don’t know.
We know that when girls are educated, all of society benefits. Our commitment at the United State of Women will open doors for girls to opportunities for a better future.
Scientists hope mobile technology can be leveraged in formal assessments of diseases to give programs a boost as they reach the finish line of elimination.
Looking back on the Junior League of Atlanta’s 100-year history, one cannot help but notice the tremendous amount of work JLA volunteers did in service of our military.