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Local Artist and Yoga Teacher Join Forces to Create Large-Scale Human Mandala
Explore new ways to build your strength, flexibility and stability of body, mind and spirit at Grey-Owl Mind Body Studio.
Free services offered during 3 Days of Hope, October 5-7, at North Lanier Baptist Church, 829 Atlanta Hwy, Cumming. Full details at 3daysofhope.us.
Atlanta Community Food Bank
732 Joseph E. Lowery Blvd. NW
Atlanta, GA 30318
Cost: $40/child (includes lunch and canned salsa to take home)
Marietta woman sickened with salmonella after consuming food from On The Border.
Prostate cancer screening from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Sept. 14 at the Northside Hospital Cancer Center in Sandy Springs.
Read this before you or your children participate in solar eclipse viewing
Atlanta Post Polio Meeting
Dr. Harris explains why comprehensive eye examinations are preferred over vision screenings.
Local High School students, Sanjeev Kumar, Shiva Pawar, and Kush Mitter, start a Nonprofit Organization to spread awareness about the importance of physical and mental health.
APPA will meet Saturday, August 5 from 1-3 pm at the Shepherd Center, 2020 Peachtree Road, Atlanta
for a holistic approach to health and nutrition.
SANDY SPRINGS – The Northside Hospital Cancer Institute Sarcoma Program is inviting the community to attend the inaugural Sarcoma Patient Educational Symposium on Saturday, July 29.
Student volunteers from ‘Chess for a Cause’ organized a chess session on the Longest Day (Wednesday, June 21, 2017), at Roswell Senior Center in Roswell, GA
Student volunteers from ‘Chess for a Cause’ organized a chess session on Monday, June 19, 2017, at Crabapple Senior Center in Alpharetta, GA
TAMBERLY ANIMAL HOSPITAL SPONSORS DOG FLU VACCINATION DAY ON
JUNE 20TH IN RESPONSE TO REGIONAL OUTBREAK
Discounted Vaccines Available to Encourage Dog Owners to Protect Their Dogs from Highly Contagious Canine Influenza
"I beat this disease and want to help more men do the same with early detection (PSA exams) and annual physicals."
What cancer did for Edye Mahaffey was change the way she views everything, from how green the trees are to how she treats other people.
"I surrounded myself with only positive energy. I accepted where I was in life, and had no doubt that I would beat this. No time for negativity."
Atlanta Post Polio Association to meet Saturday, June 3 from 1-3 pm.
Local non-profit organization Bike Alpharetta hosted the sixth annual Ride of Silence on May 17, and was the largest event in Georgia.
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