5 Ways Georgia Medical Professionals Can Benefit From Automated Clinical Metadata Repository

Clinical trials are in-demand because of emerging diseases that disrupt public health, such as the coronavirus or COVID-19. And, what does this imply to Georgia residents and medical professionals? Medical professionals and pharmaceutical facilities receive significant pressure from regulatory bodies and the public to ensure accurate clinical trial data for drugs and therapies newly developed by scientists. Because of the massively ongoing clinical trials, clinical metadata management faces challenges, from data collection to interpretation or

Terminated employee at Duluth business strikes police vehicle before crashing car

DULUTH — City of Duluth police officers were dispatched to a business in Duluth, who recently terminated an employee and wanted the employee off their property Thursday. As officers approached the former-employee sitting in his vehicle, police say the driver drove off but not before striking one a police patrol vehicle. The car left the location and, blocks away, crashed into two other vehicles on Buford Highway at N. Berkeley Lake Road. The suspect was

Live Updates: Snow closures and weather information

Dunwoody postpones MLK Day Service Due to weather and road concerns, the community projects planned at Brook Run Park for Dunwoody’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service on Monday have been postponed. The event has been rescheduled for Saturday, Feb. 5 and will include tree and daffodil plantings, picnic table restoration and general park cleanup. Registrations will automatically transfer to the new date. Please note, those volunteering at the Dunwoody Nature Center will receive email

Supreme Court Blocks Biden’s Workplace Vaccine Mandate

Photo: Getty Images On Thursday (January 13), the US Supreme Court blocked President Joe Biden‘s plan to require most workers to be vaccinated or get tested weekly. In a separate decision, however, the justices did uphold a smaller and more specific mandate to requires hospital workers and nursing facilities employees to be vaccinated. Once the … Continued The post Supreme Court Blocks Biden’s Workplace Vaccine Mandate appeared first on Atlanta Daily World. Atlanta Daily World

Here’s how Georgia is preparing for this weekend’s snow

The state agencies in charge of responding to weather emergencies are bracing for a winter storm expected to hit North Georgia and metro Atlanta during a three-day holiday weekend. Georgia Department of Transportation crews began treating interstate and state highways Friday morning with brine solution in an area stretching from the northern counties south to the line running from Columbus to Augusta. While the forecast remained uncertain as of Friday afternoon, winter precipitation was expected