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Traci Bratton

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The trials, which will last 16 months, will test the effectiveness of different dosages of the inactivated influenza vaccine candidate, called 2017 H7N9 IIV, in conjunction with other vaccines.
Keto vs. IIFYM? Whole30, Paleo, or Pegan? Forget the fad diets and go with proven advice of weight-loss experts who know what really works to win at losing.
The Antarctica peninsula is shrinking as global temperatures rise. David Greene talks to scientist James McClintock about why warm weather is killing off penguin populations.
Blood stored for long may be less safe for patients with massive blood loss and shock as it may have adverse effects on them.
"Aging is the big enchilada ... if we could do something about slowing the rate of aging, it's going to change everything."
Calling all ambitious high school students looking to enhance their resume for college for this workshop to be held July 16-27.
A business officer in the UAB Dept. of Neurosurgery becomes a patient when co-workers diagnose a blood clot in his brain.
UAB School of Nursing professor receives grant to help children with MS improve their cognitive skills.
In some cases you might notice a few warning signs before you actually black out, like feeling weak, confused, or dizzy or having muscle cramps, a rapid heartbeat, or very dark pee, Janyce M. Sanford, M.D., professor and chair of the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Department of Emergency Medicine, tells SELF.
The 172 graduating medical students at UAB will receive their residency assignments at the annual Match Day ceremony March 16.
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