Daily Archives: October 10, 2014

Georgia Organics
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“Local,” “sustainable,” and “organic” aren’t just menu buzzwords. For the good people at Georgia Organics, they’re a mission statement. This nonprofit aims to connect Georgians – kids, chefs, and YOU – with the farms and food right here in our own fine state. WellATL digs deeper with Georgia Organics Director of Programs Michael Wall. Food, food, food! >>

ebola
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The world is dealing with the largest ebola outbreak in history. It has infected 8,033 people and caused 3,865 tragic deaths. There is no cure or approved treatment, and it is a horrible, vicious way to go out. But if you’re losing sleep about contracting it here in Atlanta, you’re worried about the wrong things. To put it in perspective, seasonal influenza kills between 250,000 and 500,000 people around the world on any given year, and you may not have even bothered to get a flu shot this year. The hysterical fear-mongering permeating media outlets right now isn’t doing anyone any favors. We set the story straight with info about the world’s most talked-about virus. Keep calm and know the facts. >>