Traci Bratton

Traci Bratton

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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.
Moving the clocks forward an hour increases the risk of having a heart attack, for those people with a history of heart disease, Dr Martin Young from the University of Alabama at Birmingham warned.
“Successful results from the BLOCk-CTI trial demonstrate that the Blazer open-irrigated catheter is safe and effective for the ablation of atrial flutter,” Tom McElderry, MD, principal investigator, associate professor and section chief of electrophysiology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
That special relationship between Elijah and the Blazers has inspired UAB to wear different-colored sneakers this season in support of their honorary young teammate. Head coach Jerod Haase came up with the idea, which also works to raise awareness in the fight against pediatric cancer.
The graduating class of the UAB School of Medicine finds out where they will do their residencies and in what field on Match Day, March 18.
Haase was named the Conference USA coach of the year. The C-USA coach of the year, as voted by the league's head coaches, receives the Gene Bartow Award.
“I don’t see a need for any age restrictions,” David Schwebel, a psychologist at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, tells Inverse. Children of all ages “enjoy fantasy — fantasy movies and fantasy books,” without negative psychological effects.
The Monday and Tuesday after daylight saving time in the spring have also been associated with a 10% increase in heart attacks, according to a 2012 study at the University of Alabama Birmingham.
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