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Dr. Jeffrey Kirby, both military veterans, emphasized that rifles fire bullets at much higher velocities than small arms, creating blast waves that radiate outwards and damage tissue as they pass through the body.
“There are a lot of Medicare providers that already do very aggressive dose control now,” said Dr. Stefan Kertesz, a professor at the University of Alabama, Birmingham.
While mice can heal after a severe heart attack, an attack of the same severity in humans often launches a later descent into heart failure and death.
Perhaps no one knows the devastating wounds inflicted by assault-style rifles better than the trauma surgeons who struggle to repair them.
Riley Thornton, RD, a nutritionist at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, says that some people may lose weight on a ketogenic diet because it restricts carbohydrate intake.
If he doesn’t have any serious health conditions, “He’s more likely to be able to stay active and feel like staying active,” says William Curry, MD, a professor in the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Division of General Internal Medicine.
Although there's potential for HIV diagnoses to dramatically increase in some populations, experts still find the recent flattening trend unacceptable.
UAB criminal justice students and faculty explore the factors shaping neighborhood evolution and share potential solutions for communities at risk.
ArtPlay's three-week camp — to be held July 9-27 — offers older campers an extra week of exciting classes leading up to the final performance.
“It may be that parents are not following `safe sleep’ recommendations to place infants in beds without stuffed animals, soft blankets, pillows, and other items that could cause suffocation,” said study co-author David Schwebel of the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
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