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Bill would bar discrimination toward climate change doubters

AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Maine laws protect people from discrimination based on factors such as race, disabilities and sexual orientation, and a Republican lawmaker wants to add a person's beliefs about climate change to that list.

Tiger Woods explains how anger helped him find his swing, win 1997 Masters

Woods has won 14 major championships but the most special may have been at Augusta National in 1997

Found: 5 Baby Alligators in Maine

Alligators in Augusta, #Maine? Discovery of five baby alligators leads to charge for @UMAugusta student — Kennebec Journal (@KJ_Online) March 21, 2017 Frank Folsom, a cabbie in Augusta,...Show More Summary

Sports Economist Study: Second Shot Gamble Fails to Pay Off at Masters

2 days agoSports / Golf : Armchair Golf

The following press release comes from Wake Forest University. And I'm sure it will have no bearing on the decisions of Phil Mickelson in the upcoming Masters. That tee shot lost in the rough or hit in the water at Augusta is likely to be followed by a risky, aggressive second shot — a decision you might expect from a recreational golfer, not a pro. Show More Summary

Jordan Spieth: Win or lose, 'It'll be nice to have this Masters go by . . . to be brutally honest with you'

AUSTIN -- Two weeks from now, Dallas' Jordan Spieth will be at Augusta National, trying to win his second Masters in three years -- and, in the process, earn his fourth top-two finish in as many Masters appearances. Sometimes, though, Spieth wonders if reporters have forgotten he won the 2015 Masters. Show More Summary

Tiger Woods on if he’ll play the Masters: ‘God, I hope so’

Tiger says nothing to convince us he’ll return for the Masters. Tiger Woods says he is “trying everything” to whip his battered body into shape for Augusta, but we’re not holding our breath that the winner of four Masters titles will...Show More Summary

Masters odds 2017: Jordan Spieth is the early favorite at Augusta National

With two weeks to go, we could be headed for another co-faovrite year at Augusta. The countdowns are reaching their final stage, the treacly theme song is infiltrating our March Madness broadcasts, and Jim Nantz is ready to bloom. The...Show More Summary

Study shows stem cell therapy is safe for stroke patients; may aid recovery if given early

(Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University) A multicenter trial looking at whether a single dose of millions of adult, bone-marrow-derived stem cells can aid stroke recovery indicates it's safe and well-tolerated by patients but may not significantly improve their recovery within the first three months, researchers report.

Operator of New Abortion Clinic Can’t Wait to Kill Babies: “We Want to be Really Loud About It”

The abortion chain Carafem, known for brashly advertising a luxurious, spa-like abortion experience, opened another abortion facility earlier this month in Georgia. Stat News reports the Augusta, Georgia abortion center is Carafem’s third location; it also operates abortion clinics in Atlanta and Washington, D.C. Though small, the abortion chain has worked hard to stand out […]

Whole body vibration has same health benefits as treadmill walking in a model of obesity and diabete

(Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University) A daily dose of whole body vibration -- like time on a treadmill -- reduces body fat and insulin resistance and improves muscle and bone strength in a mouse model of morbid obesity and diabetes, researchers report.

Ill Willett pulls out of Palmer Invitational

Masters champion Danny Willett withdraws from the Arnold Palmer Invitational with illness just three weeks before Augusta.

Golf-Willett expects revival in return to Augusta

March 14 (Reuters) - Danny Willett has had a bumpy ride on the golf course since his surprise victory at the Masters last year, but the Englishman reckons he will be all smiles when he returns next month to defend the green jacket.

Portable 3-D ultrasound will enable fieldside, roadside screening of head injury

(Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University) The thin, flexible sheath that protects and insulates our optic nerve is also a window into whether we've had a head injury.Now researchers are developing a portable, painless 3-D ultrasound...Show More Summary

Masters 2017: BBC extends broadcast deal

The BBC agrees an extension to its deal to broadcast the Masters, after 50 years of coverage from Augusta.

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