Health & Medicine
UAB’s School of Optometry has been training optometrists and helping patients for 50 years.
The procedure takes 30-45 minutes, and the patient is able to go home a few hours after it is over.
The gala is sponsored by the Research Civitan Club.
What connected two people before pales in comparison to what connects them now.
The ERAS program is a patient-centered approach leading to better patient satisfaction and health outcomes.
UAB is now offering total knee replacements without an overnight hospital stay for selected patients.
UAB received a grant from the Merck Foundation to address HIV disparities in the Southeast.
The grant will add three telehealth-equipped patient rooms at two hospitals and cover training costs for maternal-fetal ultrasound technologists.
UAB Medicine joins more than 100 health systems acknowledged as working to make high-quality care for older adults even more tailored to patients’ goals and preferences.
Diet matters when it comes to depression. Teens who have a high-sodium, low-potassium diet are at a higher risk of depression.
The team has working knowledge of medicine, biology, computer science, chemistry and anatomy, with a healthy dose of Sherlock Holmes thrown in.
Lessons learned on the battlefield have brought about a change in blood usage at UAB.
Medical West Hospital has received state clearance to build a replacement hospital near I-459 in McCalla.
UAB surgeons removed a rare pituitary gland tumor from a Cullman woman that had defied diagnosis for years.
The UAB Health System will continue to accept United Healthcare insurance following a finalized agreement.
Alabamians age 19 or older, regardless of health status, are eligible to enroll in the program by visiting
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.
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