Health & Medicine
The O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center at UAB will join with faith leaders in African-American communities to educate about the harmful effects of tobacco use through No Menthol Sunday.
UAB and Highlands Hospitals are among only 7 hospitals in the state, and the only ones in Birmingham, to earn an A grade for patient safety.
The latest information on plans to improve Cooper Green Mercy Health Services is now available on a website.
Just over two years since becoming the first continuing medical education podcast in Alabama, the 100 episodes of UAB MedCast have reached thousands.
UAB’s Huntsville Regional Medical Campus expands psychiatric care for children, adolescents and adults in North Alabama.
Anna’s Fund, which was established by Rodney Tucker, M.D., and Billy Connelley, provides financial assistance to Hand in Paw volunteer teams to help defray costs associated with training and supplies to become a pet therapy team.
Children in the afterschool program at the Campus of Hope at Marks Village are learning to be “Healthy Happy Kids” through a six-week childhood obesity prevention program.
The clinic is an initiative of Building Healthy Communities, a project of the UAB Minority Health and Health Disparities Research Center
UAB medical, dental and optometry alumni helping lead way in practicing medicine in the state of Alabama.
As measles outbreaks continue to grow across the United States, UAB experts call for the administration of safe vaccinations.
The free symposium will be held at the Jackson Center in Huntsville on May 1.
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is the most common cause of chronic liver disease globally and is becoming the leading indication for liver transplantation in the United States.
The journey of one UAB RNICU inspires them to help future families.
UAB’s smallest patients get a visit from the Easter Bunny.
The city of Birmingham joins UAB and the state of Alabama by providing paid leave for living organ donors.
Deep brain stimulation has long been used to treat Parkinson’s disease, and was approved for use in epilepsy late in 2018.
Findings indicated that sociodemographic disparities play a factor in whether all children are receiving high-quality and/or end-of-life care consistent with their goals.
April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month, and understanding the signs and symptoms helped save one young mother’s life.
The free screening will take place at The Kirklin Clinic on the fifth floor from 1-4 p.m.
The cooling blanket technology lowers an infant’s temperature to 93 degrees, which can prevent developmental problems following oxygen loss during birth
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