Shannon Ross, M.D., talked to The Mix about how having a marker to tell which babies are most at risk for symptomatic CMV would help researchers decide when treatment with antiviral drugs is worth it.
A UAB study is the first suggest that any drug can dramatically reduce the risk of 30-day, all-cause hospital admission among older heart failure patients.
Kenneth Saag, M.D., co-authored a review of five tests and treatments used in rheumatology that should be questioned and discussed between doctors and patients.
The program aims to find new ways to prevent significant, long-term health problems for high-risk pregnant women and newborns.
This minimally invasive procedure is only available in Alabama at UAB.
A new round of grand funding will allow researchers to study the HIV and tuberculosis epidemics.
Deep, high-quality sleep is needed to lower heart rate and blood pressure, which reduce stress on the heart.
UAB scientists published 92 papers in the field of rehabilitation science from 2005 to 2009.
The newly-renovated facility opened to improve patient health, comfort and convenience by making treatments available in one building.