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The School of Medicine entering class of 2019 will recieve their white coats at the annual White Coat Ceremony.
The ATV hit a barbwire fence and virtually cut her head off. Her story of survival is amazing.
A new non-invasive laser, developed by UAB and Harvard, shows promise for CF research, and perhaps a host of other diseases.
Patients with low health literacy are at high risk of having poor health outcomes and experiences.
UAB and Children’s of Alabama will conduct a clinical trial for a new treatment of a rare endocrine disease that disproportionately affects children.
UAB cardiologists will see patients remotely through telehealth in Butler, Bibb, Wilcox and Marengo counties.
The UAB Health System will continue to accept United Healthcare insurance following an agreement reached today.
A UAB School of Optometry professor has received an award from the American Academy of Optometry.
Call for comments as UAB applies for renewal of its Magnet Nursing designation
Following months of negotiations, the contracts will expire July 30 between United Healthcare and several UAB Health System entities. Only the Emergency Department at each hospital will remain open to United plan members without additional out-of-pocket costs.
The study is the first to show how meal timing affects 24-hour energy metabolism when food intake and meal frequency are matched.
UAB and Johns Hopkins researchers will study acute flaccid myelitis causes in North America, the United Kingdom and Peru.
This executive order could mean positive change in Alabama, which has the third-highest death rate from kidney diseases in the nation.
The grant expands the Cahaba-UAB Family Medicine residency program.
Three generations of a family are forever linked from their shared rheumatic disease experiences and care at UAB.
Cohen named as first chief of primary care for UAB Medicine
MEN2A is a rare, hereditary condition occurring in roughly one in 35,000 people in the United States.
UAB Women and Infants Center has been named a favorite in three categories by Birmingham Parent Magazine reader votes.
UAB researchers have identified a non-coding RNA that appears to affect memory in the older brain.
Patients with questions about access can call the number on the back of their insurance card for information about physicians and hospitals who accept United Healthcare insurance.
The clinic focus will be to help women who are battling other health conditions with family planning and pregnancy prevention.
The new play therapy room at the UAB Community Counseling Clinic has expanded its services to meet the counseling needs of younger children.
The CuddleCot will help UAB nurses and doctors guide grieving families through the infant loss process.
A specialized clinic in a tertiary hospital is effective at treating patients from five states.
New research from UAB provides evidence, for the first time, to continue using the criteria set by major respiratory societies for the diagnosis of airflow obstruction and COPD.
Every year, nearly 700,000 Americans have surgery for groin hernias.
The fund, established by Ashita Tolwani, will support investigators and researchers as they create products and solutions to help kidney-related therapies.
UAB will continue to lead the National Dental Practice-Based Research Network.
This new, non-invasive way to deliver radiation has helped one Alabama man complete optometry school and launch his new career.
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