Sixteen clinical centers and 30 hospitals will enroll up to 5,700 pregnant women to evaluate the benefits and harms of pharmacologic treatment of mild chronic hypertension in pregnancy.
New research shows while there’s an association between breakfast habits and obesity, some practices by scientists have led the evidence for a causal claim to be exaggerated.
Studies in recent years had suggested that cilia regulate vital processes including growth, appetite, mood, healing and vision.
The finding may help to avert more of the bleeds and blood clots that come when a patient’s starting dose misses the drug’s narrow safety window.
Distraction by a dog while driving may be worse for older drivers, according to research from UAB.
The award recognizes exceptional faculty mentorship and demonstrates that UAB values the commitment to excellence in mentorship exhibited by its faculty.
New study in European Heart Journal contradicts a recent study in the same publication, suggests evidence is lacking that digoxin increases mortality as atrial fibrillation treatment.
Study authors say manipulating hormonal signals could effectively counter age-related cognitive decline.
For the first time, UAB has unified its academic and medical brands under a common tagline in a new, broad communications campaign.
The School of Medicine rose to No. 10 in the country in primary care, 34th in research.