Going online can be fun and educational for kids, but there also are potentially dangerous pitfalls that abound with summertime freedom.
UAB awards Advanced Placement scholarships to six Birmingham City school students.
From aerialist shows to Cyndi Lauper with Dr. John, the Alys Stephens Center delivers a brand-new lineup of artists, as well as living art and festivals.
Junior Kimberly Everett, UAB’s 2011 Truman Scholar, is UAB’s first Thomas R. Pickering Graduate Foreign Affairs Fellowship recipient.
Synchronized swimmer takes a break from the books to play a mermaid.
New research shows that reducing fat intake in our diet affects diabetes risk; findings were stronger for African Americans.
Less expensive alternative just as safe and effective as common, costly transplant drug.
Recent University of Alabama at Birmingham graduate Holly Williams has received a summer research fellowship at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
A drug long used for adults with sickle cell disease could change how the disease is managed in very young children.
As UAB’s second Fulbright winner this year, recent graduate Grace Benton will teach English in Jordan.
UAB School of Nursing faculty go into community to treat tornado-affected people.
Mom celebrates Mother’s Day knowing she gave teen son gift of life twice.
UAB professor and first-generation college graduate makes it her goal to make doctors of her mentees.
Blazers star bears the standard of education for his 11 siblings and, in upcoming commencement, the College of Arts & Sciences.
UAB geriatrician Andrew Duxbury has written a play for a senior adult theatre troupe with some important messages for older Americans.
Trauma patients throughout state transported to UAB for treatment; more expected.
Caring for storm victims’ psychological wounds important too, says UAB psychologist.
Panion has arranged music for Stevie Wonder and many more stars, conducted orchestras around the world and won two Grammy awards.
Students graduate from UAB in two ceremonies.
UAB professor discovers key to making better lifeguards.
For about $200 per child, the seven-day mortality rate for newborns in Zambia dropped by 40 percent.
Blacks, Hispanics and Asians are more likely than whites to spend their life savings to extend life; preferences could inform cancer care.
By mapping a patient’s genome, and their tumor’s, with whole-genome sequencing, physicians can use more targeted therapies.