Research is critically important to find cures and accelerate patient care for the millions who suffer from arthritis and rheumatic disease but over the past decade, research in the area of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) had largely taken place in Europe and other areas where they have a robust registry of patients and government funding to… Read more »

With the ten year anniversary of the September 11th, 2001 terrorist attacks approaching, the U.S. Travel Association earlier this week gave a report on the state of U.S. travel industry.  But rather than just lamenting the state of travel, they gave a proactive plan to help people travel more easily to, from, and around the… Read more »

Almost 70% of Americans will give less to charitable causes in the coming months, according to new survey data conducted by Campbell Rinker on behalf of Dunham+Company.  The survey found that 68% of respondents plan to give less due to economic uncertainties and another one in ten would stop making charitable donations altogether. “The findings… Read more »

Visit for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy On August 12 and 13, the Georgia Dental Association hosted a free clinic to provide dental care at no cost to low- and no-income Georgia adults. The program, dubbed “Georgia Mission of Mercy” (GMOM), has received national attention for the association’s efforts to… Read more »