The UAB Callahan Eye Hospital says leave the fireworks alone this summer, but here are some safety tips if you just can’t resist.
Free time in the summer shouldn't be spent on the couch.
There are physiological reasons why pregnant women feel the heat more than others; the key, for comfort and safety, is to keep cool.
With the acquisition, UAB takes a significant step toward making sophisticated cell therapy a part of patient care.
UAB alum gets Jack Kent Cooke graduate fellowship.
A common combination screen proved no more effective than non-screening, but scientists are finding new ways to prevent and treat the disease.
UAB research reveals a better way to protect newborns from cytomegalovirus, often passed to them from their mothers.
Recent UAB graduate Grace Benton, 21, has won a $5,000 Phi Kappa Phi fellowship.
One fifth of people with HIV in the U.S. don’t know they are infected; UAB Hospital joins a national effort to decrease the spread of HIV.
The risk factors for stroke in the South also may be responsible for cognitive decline.
Sarah Parcak used satellite imaging to discover a hidden world that includes 17 pyramids and 3,100 ancient settlements.
UAB faculty members serve as president, president-elect of American Society of Transplantation.
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.