Jacqueline Wood and Sonia Sanchez tour the U.S. to make sure the stories of black Americans are shared year-round.
UAB pediatrician — and mother of two — offers tips to keep kids on track when the sun starts setting later.
Alison Chapman’s essay about teaching Milton to prisoners earns inclusion in Best American Essays.
NASA-developed technology designed to grow plants in space proves effective at treating cancer patients’ mouth sores in a UAB clinical trial.
An interdisciplinary effort at Children's Hospital focuses on safe, effective ways for kids to lose pounds and avoid long-term health problems.
UAB Opera presents a double bill: Henry Purcell’s “Dido and Aeneas” and Benjamin Britten’s “The Burning Fiery Furnace” March 11-12, 2011.
An interactive computer program helps some kids with autism spectrum disorders learn concepts behind facial expressions.
A UAB review of biologics, a new class of drugs used to treat conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, shows that some are safer for human use than others.
Loss of financial skills can be a warning sign of the onset of dementia in older Americans. When should friends and family step in?
“Songs for Sight,” a unique musical celebration benefiting people in Alabama with low vision, is scheduled for March 4, 2011.