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Emory University Hospital physical therapist June Garber shows off the nfant feeding solution bottle she uses with her smallest patients in the NICU.
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In a neonatal intensive care unit in Atlanta, premature babies are now sucking on smart bottles.

The bottle and mobile app were developed by an Atlanta-based start-up, NFANT Labs.

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It's one of the first internet-connected devices being used in the neonatal intensive care unit, or NICU, approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Cosmo Whyte

Every other year, the Hudgens Center awards one Georgia artist the Hudgens Prize. That includes one solo exhibition and a $50,000 award.

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Cosmo Whyte is one the four finalists. Originally from Jamaica, he is now an art professor at Morehouse College. As an artist, he isn't limited by medium: he draws, paints, photographs and does performance art. His art explores migration, home and outsiders.

Courtesy of the Alliance Theatre

Wednesday on "City Lights with Lois Reitzes":

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In this "Medical Minute" segment, medical analyst Dr. Ford Vox discusses the crisis in drug costs and a new factor in the debate over what consumers should be paying.

Researchers are trying to conduct independent analyses of a drug company’s true expenses on the road to FDA approval. In the latest analysis, the research and development numbers fell far short of industry claims.

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