Study shows the Edmonton Obesity Staging System more accurately predicts a risk of premature death due to obesity-related illnesses.
Tips for a great semester away? Take clothes you can donate when you leave, wear a money belt and leave cultural baggage behind.
UAB’s Alys Stephens Center kicks off their 15th season with an indie film, free party featuring Big Sam’s Funk Nation and Project Bandaloop.
Freshmen are packing their bags as they prepare to move into UAB’s residence halls Saturday, Aug. 13; classes at UAB begin Aug. 16.
Sixty percent of kids feel tired at school and 15 percent fall asleep; adolescents need nine solid hours, but most are sleep deprived.
More than 3 million athletes suffer a concussion each year in the United States; a new clinic, and new rules, aim to reduce the impact.
Lauren Beauchamp offers tips for saving money on a college student's budget.
Questions about age, diabetes, smoking and other health issues aim to identify people at risk for kidney disease.
UAB expert helps families deal with the stress of starting school.
First-ever interactome identifies how plant pathogens attack hosts; scientist who helped build map plans same work on human cells at UAB.
Cancer therapy puts patients at even greater risk of damage from the sun and heat.
UAB alum uses White House internship to help hundreds of thousands in need.
A longer Achilles tendon generates more power, leading to greater energy efficiency and possible performance gains.
Teruko Bredemann, a recent graduate student in the UAB Department of Psychology, has received an American College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ACNP) Travel Award for 2011.
Don’t wait for school bells to jolt kids back into school-year habits, says UAB psychologist Josh Klapow.
A UAB professor says access to computers propels students ahead of those who don’t use them.
Parents of children with ADHD may want to delay time when kids can cross by themselves, say UAB researchers.
UAB creates center for interdisciplinary research and development in computer, accounting and life sciences.
Students in UAB crime research camp document online trade in dangerous substances that skirt the law.