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Expectant mothers in Kenya avoid skilled care for fear of HIV label.

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Two psychology students shine at UAB Summer Research Expo.

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A high-school volunteer with a UAB safety lab was recognized for her PSA.

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Persistence and sacrifice are central to success, says UAB expert who competed on the world stage as a teen.

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Department of Psychology assistant professor honored for his dedication to students with disabilities.

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Research findings from data in 1930s Alabama underscore the lifelong effects of disparities in educational opportunities.
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UAB research reveals sleep-deprived adolescents experience more hits and near misses while crossing the street in virtual lab.

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UAB faculty from several disciplines will be honored for excellence by a national society.

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Ebony Hinton will teach public school in Miami’s low-income area for two years.

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UAB study finds kids with ADHD rejected by peers may smoke, drink and behave poorly in early adolescence, anxious behavior continues beyond.

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UAB researcher who reviews dog-safety software says preschool-age children need supervision to protect against injury.

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A doctoral student has won two awards that will help him continue his work in the UAB Youth Safety Lab.

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Frame your behavior changes for the New Year so they become a habit, instead of forgotten until next year.

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Margaux B. Gilliam, M.A., has received the Society of Pediatric Psychology student research award.
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UAB senior Lauren McCarthy has been named Student of the Year by a statewide organization.

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A football addiction can be detrimental to relationships, but can be extinguished with simple steps.
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UAB study released today reports that fifth-graders with ADHD are nearly twice as likely to sustain injuries requiring medical attention.

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