Health & Medicine
Change, or overcoming inertia in health care, is difficult but essential to deprescribing harmful medications and making effective medications available to individuals who need them.
A “shave off” event at UAB will spread awareness about men’s health and diseases that affect them specifically.
In 2014, Berwager volunteered to donate one of her kidneys to a friend who was suffering from lupus, and who had kidney failure.
For UAB’s tiniest patients, Thanksgiving will be a little more festive with turkey bottoms.
Protect yourself and others from spreading viruses like the flu during the holiday season by following these tips.
Our Hope International was started by occupational therapist Jenny Agricola. The nonprofit helps support Home of Hope, an orphanage for children with disabilities in Uganda.
The FDA's approval of Epiliodex could open the door for increased research of cannabis-based therapies, says UAB researcher.
A P20 research grant leads to new information about kidney stones and obesity.
When one doctor found herself in the NICU with her newborn baby, she had to learn to be a mother first and prepare for their journey.
A team of UAB palliative care experts will provide a culturally based palliative care program provided through telehealth in three rural hospitals in the Southeast, and compare that to patients receiving regular care, to see if it helps reduce suffering for patients, increases patient and family quality of life, and reduces the burden of care for caregivers.
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