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New study shows omicron variant of COVID-19 hit rural America harder

“This new national study, looking back at the delta and omicron variants of COVID-19, demonstrates the power and utility of geospatial and data visualization analysis,” said Dr. Neil J. MacKinnon.

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Age 40 is when busy Americans get the least sleep

A graph of how long Americans sleep forms a U-shaped pattern across our lives.

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Augusta University Biochemistry and Cancer Biology Program’s latest graduate off to promising start to research career

Dr. Pandya Bhaumik, the newest graduate of the Biochemistry and Cancer Biology Program at Augusta University, is off to his next venture in a senior research role with well-known biopharmaceutical company AstraZeneca. The Biochemistry and Cancer Biology Program aims to train students to be successful and independent research scientists.

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Noninvasive technique collects sufficient tear fluid to look for biomarkers of health and disease

One day a tear fluid workup could be as routine as bloodwork during a physical exam as well as in diagnosing a myriad of conditions, from dry eye disease to Alzheimer’s.

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