Emory University
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Unstuffing obesity

Emory faculty members are countering the obesity epidemic's economic impact and heavy health toll. Story


When a person is experiencing a stroke, every second counts, and an iPhone can speed diagnosis.

Parlez-vous "doctor"?

The newest elective for Emory med students? Medical French.


Message from the CEO


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Boyhood, interrupted

Clinical trials at Emory may help boys like Samuel McKinnon and others with fragile X syndrome overcome communication and social challenges. Story

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The ABCs of DNA testing

Emory medical students are learning to navigate the delicate and rapidly changing field of genetics counseling. Story

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Getting the real story on health

Young doctors in Emory's medical school are going to jails, homeless shelters, community clinics, and nursing homes to better understand the health challenges of their patients. Story

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Feeling right at home

A new medical home model for primary care at Emory is changing how patients receive health care from the moment they walk in the front door. Story

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