Traci Bratton

Traci Bratton

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Researchers found that after four months, both breakfast eaters and skippers were able to lose weight, and it made no significant difference whether they ate in the morning or not.
The VA Hospital in Birmingham was one of six medical facilities recognized for policies that are inclusive for LGBT patients.
Reviewing footage of the Kemp's ridley sea turtle nesting season of 1947 revealed a staggering decline in current populations. With a better understanding of historic populations, researchers hope to improve conservation.
“I think the participants recognized that their brain was overloaded and to protect themselves, became more cautious and slowed down to make it safer,” psychologist David Schwebel, a professor with the University of Alabama at Birmingham, told NPR.
Fecal incontinence is a medical condition where people lose control of their bowels. It affects anywhere from two to 20 million women.
Sarah Parcak is a pioneer in space archaeology. She describes her method of using satellite images to locate lost ancient sites.
UAB officials say they raised the minimum for hourly employees to keep pace with other organizations that can offer more money to potential hires.
In time and dollars spent, and in impressions made, these buildings, education centers for an entire community of aspiring professionals, make a statement about the pride a school takes in its young performers.
Open wide, Alabama. From Atmore to Huntsville, UAB School of Dentistry students are crisscrossing the state, gaining a variety of clinical experience while helping people in need. Discover how the school’s community-based training builds empathy and independence—and how it is prompting some new graduates to practice in rural areas
About 20 percent of college students meet the criteria for an alcohol use disorder, with one in four college students report adverse academic consequences from drinking, including missing class, falling behind, doing poorly on exams or papers, and receiving lower grades overall.
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