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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.
If you see two distinct puncture holes right next to each other, there's a good chance that a spider is to blame for your bite, says Justin Arnold, DO, assistant professor of emergency medicine at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and the associate medical director of the Alabama Regional Poison Control Center at Children’s of Alabama.
The UAB School of Nursing student is the first from the university to receive this fellowship.
Camp CSI: Birmingham  to be held June 25-29 —is designed to show high school students grades 10-12 the reality behind the forensic science depicted in such television dramas as "CSI" and "NCIS."
High school students grades 10-12 are shown the reality of 21st-century criminal investigation during this camp, to be held June 18-22 and July 16-20.
The hope was that the placebo’s power would still assert itself even when patients knew that the pills had no medical benefit.
Yep, you read that right! According to a new study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, yoga can do more than help you beat that afternoon slump. Research says it could finally solve your chronic lower back pain, too.
Want to lose a little—or a lot—of weight? Forget the get-slim-quick gimmicks and magic bullets and follow the advice of these weight loss pros instead.
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