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  • UGA alumni’s COVID-19 illustration goes viral worldwide
    Two alumni of the UGA Lamar Dodd School of Art have visually brought coronavirus to life through a 3D illustration that’s been seen in most news sources across the globe. Alissa Eckert (’04) and Dan Higgins (’93), both medical illustrators for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, have meticulously studied the structure of the […]
  • Older adults may suffer more from social distancing
    UGA expert discusses the issue of loneliness that many experience As COVID-19 continues to spread among communities throughout the U.S., public health and government officials are urging people to stay home and limit interactions with others, a practice known as social distancing. Social distancing is critical for slowing the spread of coronavirus and making sure that […]
  • How UGA is serving state during the pandemic
    Faculty and staff are fighting back against COVID-19 and offering resources The COVID-19 pandemic has rapidly altered how millions of people go about their day. It’s no exception for the thousands of University of Georgia faculty and staff. But while things have changed, the university remains committed to helping Georgians. Like others across the nation, UGA […]
  • What the 2020 stimulus plan can do for the U.S. economy
    Stimulus package touted as the largest we’ve ever had The U.S. Congress has passed a $2 trillion emergency relief bill that will expand unemployment insurance, provide $1,200 stimulus checks in emergency financial relief to most American adults and provide life preservers to distressed businesses impacted by the COVID-19 epidemic. The bill, touted as the largest economic […]
  • Be leery of ‘immune boosting’ diets, pills
    UGA expert recommends following well-established guidelines With the novel coronavirus dominating the news, a lot of misinformation has been circulating about “immune boosting” diets that can supposedly ward off infection. Everything from loading up on vitamin C to blueberries and other foods, drinks and vitamins has been lauded on social media and elsewhere as some […]


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