Traci Bratton

Traci Bratton

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Many Alabama communities face a growing demand for health care, but a shrinking number of providers. Discover how UAB’s School of Nursing is training nurse practitioners to help fill the void in both primary and specialty care, with tracks reflecting the field’s evolving role, in UAB Magazine.
Smartphones can already do pretty much everything, right? Actually, UAB computer scientists have a few more ideas.
A committee evaluating UAB had a 'very positive' visit in Birmingham this week and found no evidence that the university has not complied with accreditation requirements, Provost Linda Lucas said.
From SeniorJournal.com
Obese 70-year-olds may live as long as healthy weight 70-year-olds but will spend $39,000 more on health care.
Cardiovascular risks of severe pediatric obesity, assessed among adolescents participating in the "Teen Longitudinal Assessment of Bariatric Surgery" (Teen-LABS) study, were published this week in JAMA Pediatrics.
The committee will identify and screen candidates, select finalists by the end of the spring semester.
Clinical interventions should be implemented to help cancer survivors make lifestyle behavior changes.
From Youth Health Magazine
Most sore throats are nuisances rather than serious matters.
Measles is a concern for everyone -- but especially so if you're the parent of a baby who's too young to be vaccinated.
According to new research, the predisposition to premature birth may lay in the fetus, not the mother herself. While this does not imply that any measures taken by the mother should be futile, it may lead to a paradigm chance in how the phenomenon of premature birth is addressed clinically.
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