Traci Bratton

Traci Bratton

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Stress and anxiety don't have to just come from obvious or even negative sources.
Would you pay $44 to save someone's life? That's the cost of one naloxone hydrochloride kit that can be used to reverse the effects of a potentially fatal heroin or opioid overdose.
The school's decision to disband the program last December  -- along with bowling and rifle -- continues to define UAB nationwide, and will be the single biggest issue Ingram will tackle in the coming weeks.
They are called The March Quilts, and they commemorate the 50th anniversary of the march from Selma to Montgomery led by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Art centers, school art departments, museums, and galleries are the houses and vehicles to accomplish that goal. With open doors and spinning wheels, they revolve, they move through, and with each spoke of every wheel, they reach out into communities to teach, invite, engage, encourage, and cultivate art in communities.
As many as 88,000 people around Birmingham have little access to healthy, affordable food. But UAB public health students are digging for solutions by working the land at Jones Valley Teaching Farm and helping out at Magic City Harvest. They share some fresh knowledge from the field in UAB Magazine.
Researchers from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) will be leading a multisite study to assess the role of beta blockers in individuals with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). This project will be funded by the United States Department of Defense through an $11 million grant.
Sicking has fame of a sort most of his campus colleagues will never enjoy. It is not exaggerating to say some of the world’s leading race car drivers – not to mention many people who drive fast on America’s freeways – owe their lives to Sicking.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham’s School of Dentistry dedicated the new D. Thomas Winstead Student Laboratory on April 30, giving students and patients a new, cutting-edge technological dental space to enhance training and care.
Ingram arrives in Birmingham after serving as the executive senior associate athletics director at Temple. He has deep roots in the south, having played football and worked at Tennessee. He's also spent time at Georgia and Missouri.
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