Emory Healthcare provided $73.5 million in charity care in FY 2016-2017

Emory Healthcare provided $73.5 million in charity care in FY 2016-2017

In fiscal year 2017, Emory Healthcare provided $73.5 million in charity care, which includes care for patients with no health insurance, not even Medicare or Medicaid, and no resources of their own.


Photos: Emory in the snow

Photos: Emory in the snow

The Emory campus was blanketed in white Friday when a rare early December snowstorm provided a delightful, unexpected study break for students preparing for final exams.

Crane's 'Eating Ethically' draws inspiration from Emory classroom

Crane's 'Eating Ethically' draws inspiration from Emory classroom

Jonathan K. Crane, Raymond F. Schinazi Scholar in Bioethics and Jewish Thought at Emory's Center for Ethics, uses philosophy, physiology and theology to explore contemporary eating habits in his latest book, "Eating Ethically: Religion and Science for a Better Diet."

From tiny seeds communities flourish

From tiny seeds communities flourish

Thanks to a community grant from Emory's HERCULES Exposome Research Center, low-income West-side Atlanta residents have been planting food gardens in their yards. It is only one of several community outreach projects the center has funded in Atlanta.


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A new fuzzy face in Emory's Counseling and Psychological Services

Meet Finn, the little brother of Emory's first therapy dog, Beowulf. Expect to see this friendly fellow helping out at special events throughout the year.

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Photos: Pet Therapy Study Break

Wagging tails greeted students at Woodruff Library on Thursday, Dec. 7, for the sixth annual Pet Therapy Study Break.

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How to stay informed if the weather turns severe

In the event of severe weather conditions, the university may announce delays or cancellations of normal campus activities. With winter arriving, take time to review how you can stay informed about possible closings and delays.

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Botanical medicine course takes multi-disciplinary look at how plants can heal

From aloe and aspirin to a common cancer drug, Cassandra Quave's 'Botanical Medicine and Health' course combines botany, chemistry, anthropology and pharmacology to examine ancient and modern plant-based treatments.