More Alabama hunters died this deer season in accidents related to deer stands than in any other year.
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Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women, and each year more women than men die from heart and cardiovascular disease without ever realizing they are at risk.

John P. McCarthy was named a Fellow of the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
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Researchers in the School of Engineering have created a more effective way to grow human cells and tissue in the laboratory.

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Belinda Needham discussed "Holiday Blues: Women, Depression and Obesity" at a recent congressional briefing

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David Hilton recently received a NSF CAREER Award
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UAB researchers continue studying cause of Alzheimer's disease
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Currently, there are medications that can ease the symptoms of Parkinson disease, but there is no treatment available to stop the progression of the disease.
New research shows some behavioral therapies can reduce incontinence episodes in men following prostate-cancer surgery
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It's peak flu season and according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Alabama is one of the handful of states where flu is widespread.
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Marie Sutton and Nicole Wyatt have joined Media Relations in the UAB Office of Public Relations and Marketing

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Deborah L. Voltz has been named dean of UAB's School of Education
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Zelia Baugh has been named by Governor-elect Robert Bentley to be Commissioner of Mental Health. Baugh is currently the administrator of psychiatry at UAB's Center for Psychiatric Medicine.
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“National estimates cite approximately 7,000 geriatricians currently certified to care for the  growing boomer population. Yet our society will need more than 20,000 geriatricians to accommodate the increasing demand for specialized care.
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