Make 2013 memorable by following these UAB doctor-recommended lifestyle changes.
A UAB professor is exhibiting photographs she took at a 1979 Klan rally for the first time, in a new show opening Jan. 11 at Beta Pictoris Gallery.

McQuade is the author of The Encyclopedia of Cyber Crime and Cyber Bullying: Protecting Kids and Adults from Online Bullies.

Physical inactivity contributes to poor health, and UAB researchers have launched a study in overweight girls to better understand the risks for diabetes and heart disease.

The latest edition of Best Doctors in America ® recognizes 325 UAB physicians — voted by their peers as the best.

UAB expands its popular room service meal program to patients at UAB Highlands Hospital

Small changes can be easier to stick with and add up to better health.

Honor for VIVO Biosciences from The Scientist magazine highlights UAB’s patent-to-market success.

Non-profit agencies that provide service, education or research can apply for a Benevolent Fund Independent Agency Grant now through Jan. 18.

The Al Pacino gala invitation and Bob Schneider and Jason Isbell show posters created by UAB’s Alys Stephens Center have been named award winners.

The American Journal of Pathology is the leading global forum for reporting quality original research on cellular and molecular mechanisms of disease.

Franti, founder of the free music event Power to the Peaceful, will perform as part of UAB’s 1963 commemoration celebration.

UAB researchers report that making odd food mixtures brings drug-like emotions to binge eaters, potentially hampering treatment of eating disorders.

Area experts will discuss UAB and the City of Birmingham’s role in the U.S. Civil Rights Movement on Jan. 25.
Renal replacement therapy performed continuously over 24 hours provides better hemodynamic tolerance, fluid removal in critically ill patients with kidney failure.
Grant to develop new interprofessional practice model for health-care delivery also expands health-care options for medically underserved.

Novel research at UAB finds that an optimistic personality style affects the amount of pain reported by people with osteoarthritic disease.

“The SCAR Project” and the “The Alabama Project” are two series of large-scale portraits depicting young women’s experiences with breast cancer.
UAB has been award a $28-million grant renewal for REGARDS, the nation’s largest study aimed at exploring racial and geographic differences in stroke illness and death.
Intensive lifestyle interventions can put Type 2 diabetes into remission, eliminate need for medication, according to a new study.

Flossing your teeth daily can improve your overall health — and your bottom line.

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The annual Bartow Classic will be held Jan. 12, 2013

Common, a sought-after speaker, will give a talk titled “One Day It’ll Make Sense” on Feb. 25 as part of UAB’s Black History Month celebrations.

The ongoing REGARDS study finds that a 10-millimeter difference in blood pressure can make blacks three times more likely than whites to have a stroke.

UAB health and nutrition experts say it’s easy for eating to get out of control this time of year, with long-term health consequences.

The cross-disciplinary partnership received a renewal grant from the DentaQuest Foundation.

UAB interim president, School of Engineering professor named NAI Charter Fellows for involvement in inventions that impact life, society.

The UAB Department of Music’s Piano Series features the world’s finest pianists live from UAB’s Alys Stephens Center.

Gerald McGwin, Ph.D., is also associate director of the Department of Ophthalmology’s Clinical Research Unit.

The ACP is the largest medical-specialty organization in the United States.

Visiting jolly old Saint Nick for that prized photo of your kids on his lap can be fun, but if your children are apprehensive, one UAB psychologist has advice on how to help them.
Morgan’s photographs on display reflect on cooking with her mother and her childhood neighborhood.

Interested students are invited to learn more about the epidemiology curriculum.

Professor says he has never had an intro-level sudent answer every question correctly for an entire semester.

UAB athlete came to Birmingham to get closer to dad and brother; but when dad died, the graduating senior found strength and family here on campus

Men are more likely to get kidney stones than women, but you can avoid the pain.

Family Literacy Week ends Friday, Dec. 14.

UAB Music celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Movement and the first signing of the Emancipation Proclamation with a free concert.

Strategic-learning class puts CEOs in front of students and vice versa; discussion topics include failure and dating.

The winning teams receive grant awards from $20,000 to $25,000 each, totaling $100,000.

The first graduating class included top leadership from health systems across the country.

Fully online program exceeds OSHA requirements, gives students a chance to learn best safety practices and earn undergraduate credit hours.

UAB simulation training using sophisticated mannequins helps students learn to work together in patient care.

This award honors a faculty advisor who has distinguished themselves in mentoring dental students.

Miller joined the UAB faculty in 2004.

UAB Theatre’s playwright-in-residence will have his adaptation of “R.U.R.” performed in New York City, with alum Dustin Cañez as assistant director.

Fouad is the first woman to receive the award.

Read is an internationally recognized leader in the treatment of uveitis.

Phillips will learn about the legislative process from health policy experts in Washington, D.C.

Brendan Rice will speak at UAB’s commencement Dec. 15, then head to Africa where he’ll work with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
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