A new study finds that Georgia faces multi-faceted long-term care problems.
Covering ObamaCare, the list of naughty holiday foods, holiday heart attacks and how to tip healthily.
GEORGIA PUBLIC POLICY FOUNDATION NEWS RELEASE For Immediate Release November 26, 2013 Contact Benita Dodd at 404-256-4050 or firstname.lastname@example.org Foundation Announces 2 New Board of Trustees Members Atlanta – The Georgia Public Policy Foundation is pleased to announce the additionaaa
An article in The Atlanta Business Chronicle edition of November 22-28, 2013, cites the Foundation’s work on tax reform in 2013.
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Drugmakers are shifting from traditional “small molecule” drugs to biologics. Find out why, and what could threaten that shift.
How does Atlanta rank on congestion and water use? Not as poorly as you might think!
States are forced to choose the status quo or expanding a nearly 50-year-old Medicaid program with a history of unsustainable finances and questionable quality.
Too much or too little sleep can be harmful to your health. How much sleep is enough?
The Friday, Nov.1, 2013 edition of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution published an op-ed by Foundation Vice President Benita Dodd on rollbacks in benefits for food stamp recipients, entitled, “No Grandstanding, End the Spending.” http://blogs.ajc.com/atlanta-forward/2013/10/31/why-cut-food-stamps/ By Benita M. Dodd The numbers certainlyaaa