Grocery prices soared by 11.8% in 2022 – the swiftest pace since the early 1980s. Rapid inflation is, naturally, leading to concerns that it’s getting harder for Americans to put food on the table.
If anyone was harboring hope that a new House speaker might want to take a fresh look at full Medicaid expansion in Georgia, House Speaker Jon Burns dumped cold water on that Thursday.
Georgians who started kindergarten the year the state adopted its K-12 education funding formula are now in their forties, but the formula remains essentially unchanged.
The study examines postpartum hospitalizations, and found a 17% reduction in hospitalizations in the 60 days after giving birth in states that have expanded their Medicaid programs.
Regular, high-quality sleep habits help children consolidate memory and learn better.
The $1.7 trillion federal spending bill President Joe Biden signed last week ushers in expanded protections for workers who are pregnant or nursing.
Increased immigration, longer life expectancy and a decline in birth rates are transforming the U.S. workforce in two important ways.
The goal of the in-house teams is to offer enough pay and flexibility to attract nurses to the jobs — and thus reduce the systems’ heavy dependence on more expensive RNs from outside agencies.
The Georgia Commission for Access to Medical Cannabis recently granted two corporations (Trulieve and Botanical Sciences) the licenses to grow cannabis products in the state.
A Great Pyrenees dog named Casper returned home after protecting his owner’s sheep from at least eight coyotes in Georgia.