James Beard-nominated film 'Eating Alabama' showing tonight on UAB campus
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"One of the main challenges we faced kind of post Arab Spring, post 2011, is simply a lack of stability in the Middle East," said UAB's Sarah Parcak, Ph.D. "Many archeological sites that would have been well guarded have actually been affected by looting."
Health experts have identified some key factors for patients to survive different kinds of cancer. In a new U.S. study, experts have pointed out that income and educational background could be identified as factors to consider patients' survival against bone marrow cancer multiple myeloma.
UAB's Collat School of Business is now offering a new bachelor's degree option in human resource management.
UAB Advanced Nurse Coordinator Freda Centor recommends room sharing, not bed sharing. She suggests bringing a bassinet, crib or even a pack 'n play in the bedroom and placing beside the parent's bed.
The Addiction Recovery Program at UAB is adding beds and staff to better handle an influx of patients struggling with addiction to opioids and other IV drugs.
On May 21, 2017, Itzhak Perlman, who has garnered 16 Grammy awards, four Emmys and a Presidential Medal of Freedom, returns to celebrate ASC’s 20th anniversary season. The featured artist on the May 17 Viva Health Starlight Gala, Perlman is one of a star-studded lineup, which brings some of the center’s most renowned acts from the past 20 years, as well as first-time performers.