Traci Bratton

Traci Bratton

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Unusually, the guidelines are online and under constant revision, making them a "living document" that can cope with a rapidly changing field, according to Michael Saag, MD, of the University of Alabama at Birmingham, the guidelines co-chair for IAS-USA.
Dr. Charles V. Ford, a professor of psychiatry at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), has long been fascinated by lies and the liars who tell them. He published a book, "Lies! Lies! Lies! The Psychology of Deceit," in 1995 that has since been translated into several languages.
"This is a very good example of how lethal depression can be," said Josh Klapow, associate professor in the University of Alabama at Birmingham Department of Public Health.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham has drastically increased the speed of its on-campus residential network, with an upgrade that has brought 250 Mbps connections to each resident in all five of its residence halls.
Dr. Christopher Willey, an associate professor in the University of Alabama at Birmingham Department of Radiation Oncology, has received a $792,000 research scholar grant from the American Cancer Society to study glioblastoma multiforme, the most common and deadly cancer originating in the brain.
If kids do a good job brushing before school and before bed, they probably don't need to brush a third time after lunch, according to Dr. Stephen Mitchell, who is director of pre-doctoral pediatric dentistry in the UAB School of Dentistry. 
Making it as a writer is "about getting help from your writing friends," said Jennifer Greer, a writing instructor at The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). "It's about coming up with a smart publication plan. It's about using best practices, strategies, and tools."
UAB art faculty and alumni will show their talents in two exhibitions, starting today at Abrom-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts.
Bullies don't just jockey for advantage in a competitive work environment. They single out someone and make that person's life miserable. Most often, the goal is to force the target out of the workplace, and usually they succeed.
Flu shots are now recommended for all people traveling to developing nations, in a group, or on a cruise, says David O. Freedman, MD, travel health specialist at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
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