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As cars flooded parking areas and cluttered the roads surrounding Westside High School and packs of people began entering the building, it seemed like the beginning of the school year had occurred several weeks early.
But the teachers crowding into the school’s gym hadn’t come to do their jobs. They were just there to get their equipment.
The Kroger grocery store’s Atlanta division held its third annual school supply giveaway at Westside on Tuesday, distributing $20,000 in supplies to almost 700 Augusta teachers.
A lozenge using green tea extract developed at Georgia Regents University appears to work surprisingly well in patients with chronic dry mouth, GRU researchers said. In a randomized control trial of the MighTeaFlow lozenge versus a placebo with just the sugar substitute xylitol, the green-tea extract lozenge increased saliva flow nearly fourfold, the study found.