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Do you have questions about in vitro fertilization? UAB is hosting an educational session on Tuesday, April 22 to answer questions about IVF and share information about advancements in IVF technology.
Two UAB students have been named Goldwater Scholars for 2014 by the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship in Excellence in Education Foundation.
Recently there are extreme pressures on hospital budgets related to health care reforms, Medicare cuts, the lack of Medicaid expansion and Alabama's peculiar health-care landscape that are pushing hospitals, especially those in rural areas, to the brink.
Food concocting—or creating strange mixtures like pretzels covered in mayonnaise and salsa—is actually linked to binge eating behavior as well as intense negative self-perception, found one recent study from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Racial disparities in obesity rates among the third of U.S. adults considered obese are often blamed on socioeconomic status because of its influence on diet and physical activity, but new findings from the University of Alabama at Birmingham published in Obesity suggest otherwise—particularly for women.
Kerry Stein of Cahaba Heights has been blind since birth, is a fine golfer and a big supporter of UAB Optometry's annual golf tournament. Stein is involved with UAB's School of Optometry Board of Directors. He plays in the annual tournament which has raised $100,000 for a research fund, and three $25,000 scholarships to fund research and renovations for UAB's optometry school.
A UAB history professor who wrote a book describing how and why the so-called "Solid South" flipped its political allegiance from the Democratic Party to the Republican Party in the late 20th century has won a prize for his efforts.
“There has never been a more exciting time for our community and for UAB than now,” said UAB President Ray Watts. “We are placing a new emphasis on innovation and entrepreneurship to drive new revenue sources and to create new knowledge-based businesses and jobs in Birmingham.”
Fabric and installation artist Amanda Browder is enlisting the help of the community for two giant fabric installations at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, to celebrate the university's new cultural corridor.
Racial disparities in obesity rates among the third of U.S. adults considered obese are often blamed on socioeconomic status because of its influence on diet and physical activity, but new findings from the University of Alabama at Birmingham published in Obesity suggest otherwise — particularly for women.
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