A UAB medical student discovered a previously uncategorized sub-group of patients with type 2 diabetes that might bring about changes in clinical practice.
Researchers say ketamine appears to work on depression by blocking the neurotransmitter glutamate from binding to the NMDA receptor on neurons.
A UAB research team has discovered a new pathway that contributes to fibrosis, or scarring in the lungs.
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.