Pharmacy owner pleads guilty of $8.4M scheme in Medicare fraud

$8.4 million in Medicare fraud in Florida pharmacy.

Juuling craze – Sale of e-cigarettes skyrocket among youth

Juuling sales are way up for youth.

Gov. Kemp Updates Georgians on COVID-19 Efforts – March 19, 2020

"This afternoon, I am saddened to announce that we have lost ten Georgians to COVID-19. Our hearts are broken for their families and friends, and our prayers go out to everyone affected."

[03/23/20 – 7PM] COVID-19 Cases in Georgia: 800 Confirmed, 26 Deaths

Here are the most recent #s for COVID-19 in Georgia, according to DPH.

Georgia, and other states impacted by Irma, to get grants for some health centers

Some Georgia health centers will receive grants to help recover from last year's hurricane.

Lawmaker proposes doctors provide more details on mammograms for some women

A bill proposed in the State House would require doctors to provide a statement to patients with dense breast tissue after mammograms. 

Great Value Meats Recalled Over Salmonella Concerns

There are three different products impacted by this recall.

CDC: 9 states report adult obesity at or above 35%

Obesity decreased by level of education. Adults without a high school degree or equivalent had the highest self-reported obesity (35.0%), followed by high school graduates (33.1%), adults with some college (33.0%) and college graduates (24.7%).

US Prioritizes Combatting Antibiotic Resistance

In the United States alone, at least 23,000 people die each year from the more than 2 million antibiotic-resistant infections that occur.

Ga Officials: ‘Presumed Positive’ Coronavirus Case Actually ‘Negative’

A possible Coronavirus case in Georgia mentioned during a press conference Monday has been confirmed 'negative,' according to state officials.