April Reese Sorrow
Articles by April Reese Sorrow
|May. 16 2013||
Age has little to do with how patients should be treated after suffering a stroke, according to new research from the University of Georgia.
|Apr. 17 2013||
Many dog owners have their pets spayed or neutered to help control the pet population, but new research from the University of Georgia suggests the procedure could add to the length of their lives and alter the risk of specific causes of death.
|Apr. 2 2013||
Flu is unpredictable. Influenza viruses are constantly changing—from one season to the next or even within the course of a flu season—making vaccine development difficult.
|Mar. 18 2013||
University of Georgia students can explore their innovative spirit during the Bulldog Sustainopreneurship Challenge during Entrepreneurial Week, March 22-29.
|Mar. 15 2013||
Students who date in middle school have significantly worse study skills, are four times more likely to drop out of school and report twice as much alcohol, tobacco and marijuana use than their single classmates, according to new research from the University of Georgia.
|Mar. 8 2013||
University of Georgia student entrepreneurs are turning the tables March 25 as they move from student to teacher and share their stories of how they pursued their interests and turned profits. The panel will be held at 11 a.m. in the Tate Theater, and student-made items will be on sale in the Tate Student Center's concourse from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
|Mar. 6 2013||
University of Georgia researchers discovered important genetic clues about the history of microorganisms called archaea and the origins of life itself in the first ever study of its kind. Results of their study shed light on one of Earth's oldest life forms.
|Feb. 28 2013||
New research from the University of Georgia has identified the neural pathways in an insect brain tied to eating for pleasure, a discovery that sheds light on mirror impulsive eating pathways in the human brain.
|Feb. 19 2013||
Researchers at the University of Georgia used a common dog disease-canine parainfluenza-to build a new vaccine to protect humans and animals from the rabies virus. Developers hope the new treatment will reduce costs and increase accessibility to a vaccine for a disease that currently kills 55,000 people a year, according to the World Health Organization.
|Feb. 1 2013||
Prostate cancer cells need certain enzymes to grow tumors, and an often overlooked enzyme-Pak1-is key for their growth, according to new research from the University of Georgia.
|Jan. 18 2013||
Nearly a third of those dating in middle and high school report abusive relationships, according to a new study from the University of Georgia. The dating violence, which the researchers first measured in sixth grade, is a cycle that increases over time.
|Jan. 14 2013||
New research from the University of Georgia exposes a large discrepancy in the length of time patients expect an acute cough illness, also called acute bronchitis, to last and the reality of the illness. This mismatch may be a factor in the over-prescription of antibiotics.
|Dec. 20 2012||
New research from the University of Georgia identifies the mechanisms responsible for regenerating blood vessels in the brain.
|Dec. 6 2012||
Older African Americans who are dissatisfied with their lives tend to choose diets high in fat and low in fruits and vegetables. They can improve their health-and eating habits-through social support, according to new research from the University of Georgia.
|Nov. 16 2012||
A song cycle by the University of Georgia's Roger C. Vogel, "Things Fall Apart" will air on WUGA-TV, the public television station owned and operated by UGA, Nov. 19 at 8 p.m., Nov. 23 at 4 p.m., Nov. 24 at 10 p.m., Nov. 26 at 7 p.m. and Dec. 2 at 11 p.m. The presentation is based on excerpts from Chinua Achebe's novel of the same name. The concert premiered in the Ramsey Concert Hall at the UGA Performing Arts Center in September.