Many nursing homes, hospitals rely on generators after deadly wrath of Michael
Gov. Nathan Deal said Thursday morning that all hospitals and nursing homes in the state had power in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael, though many were having to use backup generators. He said much of southwest Georgia, where the storm hit hardest, was inaccessible due to debris in roads.... Read more
Michael poses serious danger, sparking mobilization in Georgia
For the second time in a month, Georgia health officials are preparing to assist people affected by a major hurricane. But Hurricane Michael, which was pounding the Florida Panhandle on Wednesday, threatens to inflict broader damage in Georgia than did Hurricane Florence, which hit mainly the Carolinas a month... Read more
New Year’s Eve is a time when many people drink alcohol. Even some folks who generally don’t care for alcoholic beverages make an exception on this occasion, raising a toast to the big change on the calendar. But drinking is also an issue of health and safety. Your friends... Read more

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