Football concussions: Amid the fear, UGA research brings some hope
Headlines about concussions and their effects on professional and college football players are inescapable. The issue is changing the way people talk about the game. Recently, University of Texas quarterback David Ash quit playing because of continuing symptoms related to a 2013 concussion. And the family of ex-San Diego... Read more
With crowded, high-profile contests for a U.S. Senate seat and the governorship, most Georgia voters are not focused on who’s running for the state insurance commissioner post. The party primaries are May 20, but early in-person voting began on April 28. Once the nominees are chosen, the insurance commissioner... Read more
For the past several months, a normal Wednesday for Kimberly Jenkins has meant meeting with four to six people wanting to know about Affordable Care Act coverage. But as the enrollment deadline draws near, as many as 30 people a day are contacting Jenkins, seeking her help with insurance applications.... Read more

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