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Emory heart attack patient thanks care teams for expertise, compassion

John Muse collapsed in the doorway of the Emory University Hospital emergency room and was "essentially dead" before doctors revived him. Just six weeks later, he hiked the Grand Canyon with his daughter. Muse recently returned to Emory to thank the care teams who saved his life.

Healthy Emory program will use Fitbits to help employees 'Move More'

Participants in Emory's Fitbit pilot program walked 204,000 miles -- the equivalent of eight times around the globe. In August, the Move More Challenge opens up to all employees.

Student-run Emory EMS wins top regional honors

The program has been named EMS Service of the Year, competing against professional emergency medical service providers from the metro Atlanta area. Rising senior Morgan Taylor also won EMT of the Year for the region.

Professional training programs cultivate university leaders

Nominated participants in several leadership training programs complete a rigorous, months-long curriculum. The result? Stronger employees who, in turn, strengthen the university as a whole.

From Clifton Road to Clarkston: Dirt does good

What do you do with dirt left over from digging space for a nine-level building with 500 underground parking spaces? Emory Healthcare decided to donate it to the Fugees Academy, the nation's only school dedicated to refugee education, where it will be used for a soccer field.

Take Note

Emory University statement regarding WellStar Health System's decision to end discussions to create a new health system

Emory Athletics finishes eighth in 2014-15 Director's Cup standings

Emory joins worldwide celebration of Yeats' 150th birthday

Earth Fare opening set for July 8 at Emory Point

Survey seeks input on university's strategic priorities

Brown Bag talk explores Internet's role in relationship formation

Faculty in the News

Gary Laderman
"Walt Disney's curious fascination with death," USA Today, June 7

Manish Tripathi
"Sponsors say Blatter resignation one step in FIFA reform," Associated Press via New York Times, June 2

Amy Kirby
"Expert: Flesh-eating bacteria a rare danger in Ga. waters," WABE, June 2

healthy food

Engage Emory

When you’re busy taking care of others, it can be hard to focus on healthy eating. Learn tips for grocery shopping, meal planning and eating on the go at “Caregiver Wellness: Take Time for Nutrition” on June 11 from 12-1 p.m. in room 201 of Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing. The workshop is free but please register to attend.

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