“Special Equestrians, Special People” is the next free lecture in UAB’s Discussion Book Dialogues series, focusing on autism.
Just in time for spring, ArtPlay offers weekly class on growing creative gardens, no matter how small the space.
People with a traumatic brain injury may need help managing their finances in the months following injury, UAB researchers say.
U.S. Surgeon General, a UAB alumna, brings her vision for a healthy and fit nation to campus March 1.
UAB study finds kids with ADHD rejected by peers may smoke, drink and behave poorly in early adolescence, anxious behavior continues beyond.
Works by School of Medicine students, residents and faculty will be on display through May 11.
The traditional art of Japanese drumming gets an exciting contemporary twist with a new show presented by UAB’s Alys Stephens Center.
Limiting sodas and sports drinks to two a week, eating more fish and cutting back on salt are all good ways to eat for a healthy heart.
She explained the Mona Lisa’s smile. On March 13, neurobiologist Margaret Livingstone will explain “What Art Can Tell Us About The Brain.”
Parkinson’s researchers from UAB and UA may have unlocked the secrets of a gene that seems to have a protective effect against the disease.
UAB scientists say helmets could greatly reduce the number of head traumas, or even death, in a tornado; Noah Stewart wore one when a tornado took him airborne.