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"Our study found a considerable increased risk of dementia associated with gout in the elderly," said Jasvinder Singh, M.D., Professor of Medicine and Epidemiology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA (study author).
Nearly 2 billion people worldwide will be learning English by 2020. Which means English teachers are in demand from Europe to Asia to Alabama. Take a peek inside the UAB School of Education’s English as a Second Language program and discover how it makes an impact in classrooms across the state and overseas.
How are proteins in the cells of a flowering plant similar to social networks on Twitter or Facebook?

Michelle Fanucchi, Ph.D.

Air pollution • Water pollution • Toxicology • Chemical safety • Health risks from air and water contamination

The whole thing with memes is very serious; they are used to weaponise information and to manipulate opinion.
A culture that puts work ahead of all else is a culture of mental and physical breakdown. We are over-medicated, underpaid, and running on minimal sleep.
Since a well-rounded college education can't be all work and no play — and a healthy student body is a more successful student body — College Consensus has identified schools with the most extraordinary campus recreation centers and ranked them by their College Consensus score, which combines published academic rankings and real student reviews.
UAB researchers have identified a subgroup of heart failure patients with reductive stress who may be less responsive or even harmed by antioxidants, which could lead to personalized treatment and better outcomes.
These foods are the worst, according to experts, who either take extra precautions or avoid them altogether.

Jeffrey Nix, M.D.

Cancers including prostate, bladder, testicular, kidney, penile, adrenal • MRI in prostate cancer diagnosis and treatment • Robotic surgery

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