Traci Bratton

Traci Bratton

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The University of Alabama at Birmingham was ranked among the most affordable schools in the country to get a master's degree in health care administration, according to Healthcare Administration Degree Programs.
“Obesity in the formative years is already priming the system to develop cardiovascular disease later in life,” said Carmen De Miguel, Ph.D., study lead researcher and a postdoctoral scholar at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Robert Sorge and medical colleagues believe men and women experience pain differently and that women suffer chronic pain more often than men.
Welcome to a space where these blended works of art, prose and pop culture are treated as seriously as Shakespeare and given the time and attention they righteously deserve. Welcome to EH 214: Comic Books and Graphic Novels.
A new review of studies finds that LSD, psilocybin and MDMA hold potential for treating mental illness.
UAB plans to give eligible employees expecting the birth or adoption of a child up to four weeks of paid leave starting no later than next summer
Social factors such as marital status, insurance status, and income may affect the chances of survival in young patients with acute myelogenous leukemia (AML), a cancer of the blood and bone marrow.
Participants who got their systolic blood pressure below 120 had a markedly lower death rate and fewer heart attacks and strokes than those whose goal was a blood pressure below 140.
“These injections are necessary because babies have very low levels of vitamin K at birth, which can lead to serious bleeding problems if not supplemented. It is an essential nutrient babies need to assist the body in blood clot formation.”
Staying on an internal schedule is important for health, and disease can occur if the body’s internal clock is disrupted. A new study reinforces the importance of circadian rhythm, reporting that chronic drinking contributes to alcoholic liver disease because it impairs the liver’s production schedule of molecules that power it to run.
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