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HPV can cause cervical cancer and other cancers in the cervix, penis, anus, throat, and genital warts. HPV can lay dormant for years before symptoms begin and is most often spread through sexual contact.
UAB investigators are looking at the intriguing possibility of a connection between the gut microbiome and Parkinson’s disease.
“Diet can actually be a useful intervention for decreasing pain sensitivity,” said the lead author, Burel R. Goodin, an associate professor of psychology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Elizabeth Jackson, M.D.

Cardiovascular disease • Women's heart health • Digital health trends and eHealth • Preventive medicine • Diabetes • Health promotion

A new series of multilingual video animations developed by researchers in the College of Arts and Sciences helps kids around the world connect to science.

Anthony C. Hood, Ph.D.

Civic innovation • Personal branding • Team science• Workplace relationships • Strategic management • Innovation  & entrepreneurship • Economic development • Community engagement • Social responsibility

Patrick Murphy, Ph.D.

Economic growth and impact • Entrepreneurship • Venture capitalists • Technology innovation • Social enterprises • Entrepreneurial ecosystems • Innovation education • International entrepreneurship • Corporate leadership • Economic impacts of natural disasters • Business culture and performance

Two endowed funds named in honor of UAB engineering pioneer Martha Bidez will help to maintain her legacy of making the world a safer place.
School of Optometry professor receives a grant to develop methods of slowing the progression of myopia, also known as nearsightedness.
So while there are some cereals that can be part of a healthy diet, you have to do a lot of label-reading, and a lot hunting for specific cereals.
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