Traci Bratton

Traci Bratton

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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.
"Pulp + Bone." UAB art students present a one-night-only exhibition. Those enrolled in the summer course, "Drawing: Figurative Themes," show the results of their efforts at the Visual Arts Gallery, in UAB's Humanities Building, 900 13th St. South.
A study about the risks and benefits of long-term, regular aspirin use touched on issues involving multiple clinical and research disciplines.
If your suspect your identity has been stolen, you should call your local police, according to Gary Warner, the director of the Computer Forensics Research Laboratory at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. "If someone has stolen your identity or has scammed you, it's likely they are targeting others as well," he said
The Harvest for Health program has several goals. Based on prior studies, the developers of Harvest for Health hypothesized that a gardening intervention would improve a patient's physical activity, quality of life, and physical functioning. The group also theorized that the process of growing fruits and vegetables would increase the patient's consumption of these foods.
Here are the 100 largest hospitals in the United States, listed by number of beds.
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