An experimental drug has been shown to slow the decline in memory and thinking. It is part of a new era of research and intervention that is giving families hope, as they face diseases with bleak outcomes.
We’ve seen the higher prices at the grocery store, and it looks like they won’t be coming down anytime soon. That’s why a church in Marietta is making sure that people’s pantries are full by holding a free food giveaway on Tuesday.
Scientists believe a lack of sleep could be contributing to the health of your heart. The American Heart Association of Georgia is partnering with a brand new clinic this October, hoping to bring life-saving information to as many families as possible.
Animal organizations across the country, including volunteers right here in Georgia, are doing all they can to evacuate animals out of disaster zones. As animals get to safety, foster families are needed.
Using data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Stacker summarized the last 100 hurricane seasons in the Atlantic Basin. Read on to learn which years and storms broke records over the last century.
A historic building, almost burned to the ground in Sharpsburg, not far from Peachtree City. From the moment the fire started to the moment the last hot spot was dealt with, the community has rallied behind the owners of Heirloom Market Co. & Bakeshop.
On average, Black women lose an estimated $964,400 to the wage gap over the course of a 40-year career. So what can be done? CBS46 talked with Northwestern Mutual’s Financial Representative Dr. Nicole Garner Scott about the road to closing the wage gap.
It is a hot-button issue, censoring certain books sometimes even classics. This is Banned Book Week, the 40th annual celebration of the freedom to read, promoted by the American Library Association; several Georgia bookstores are celebrating.
As students reel in their final months free from the pressures of paying down thousands of dollars in debt, some are choosing to wait until after the repayment freeze ends. But is that the best approach? We asked Financial Expert and Alloy Wealth Management Founder Mark Henry.
For some, the sounds of our dogs barking, meowing, or crowing is just part of being a pet owner, but if pets go on, too loud, for more than 10 minutes, it can not only annoy neighbors but could now, cost pet owners some serious money.
As we head toward the election, Atlanta History Center is reminding us all of the journey women endured to have the right to vote. As you may know, the fight for women’s suffrage looked very different for white women than it did for women of color.