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What those annoying campaign ads tell us about where we’re at

There’s a general sense, talking to viewers in different parts of the state, that this year’s crop of political ads is more hard-edged and extreme than ever. Those 2018 Brian Kemp ads with his guns and his pickup truck raised some eyebrows, but they seem almost quaint in this season. The post What those annoying campaign ads tell us about where we’re at appeared first on SaportaReport. SaportaReport Read More

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Emory investigates how COVID-19 affects the brain

Featured Image: (L-R) Barbara Johnson, Elizabeth Matthews and Mikisha Johnson. When Elizabeth Matthews (center, pictured with daughter Barbara Johnson, left, and Mikisha Johnson, right) had a stroke, doctors discovered she also had COVID-19. From strokes to mental health, the Emory Brain Health Center is leading research on the neurological effects of the pandemic. By Emory The post Emory investigates how COVID-19 affects the brain appeared first on SaportaReport. SaportaReport Read More

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Deluxe Corp. cites sustainable values in new offices in Sandy Springs, Minneapolis

Recent headlines about Deluxe Corp. have focused on the 700 high tech, $90,000-plus salary jobs it is to bring to Sandy Springs. Barry McCarthy chose his words in a recent conversation to shine a light on corporate values that include community outreach – without mentioning his own lengthy record of service. The post Deluxe Corp. cites sustainable values in new offices in Sandy Springs, Minneapolis appeared first on SaportaReport. SaportaReport Read More