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Kaylee Crockett, Ph.D., a clinical health psychologist at UAB, provides tips on how to take care of one’s mental health while using social media.
With the number of Americans with dementia expected to increase dramatically, UAB’s new brain health clinics point the way to improving brain health over a lifespan.
The clinic will provide free vision, dental and medical services at Gadsden City High School. There are no qualifying questions, and no identification is required.
The new School of Nursing initiative connects students with resources and mentors who develop a personalized plan to identify students’ challenges and help develop pathways to success.
UAB Medicine will provide sideline physicians, preseason and postseason player physicals, mental health services, nutritionist consultations, clinical services, an employee health database and other services.
UAB primary care providers discuss screenings, immunizations, diet, exercise and other women’s health-related illnesses.
UAB’s Exercise is Medicine program aims to help patients prevent chronic problems before they start and adopt healthier lifestyles.
Exercise is important for heart health; but if you are experiencing heart problems during exercise, it may be time to schedule an appointment with your primary care physician.
UAB School of Nursing provides future nurse anesthetists hands-on training through partnerships with UAB Hospital and their growing Doctor of Nursing Practice Pathway for Nurse Anesthesia.
UAB School of Nursing faculty, alumni and student receive honors from the Nurse Practitioner Alliance of Alabama for their impact on the nursing profession.
Project ECHO is designed to connect family medicine and primary care practitioners across Alabama with teams of experts to help them better care for patients suffering from depression.

Collaborative care, reforming payment models, incentivizing primary care and utilizing the digital tools can positively change the landscape of American health care. 

Kaylee Crockett, Ph.D., shares three steps on how you can keep your mental health a priority this holiday season.
A new study focuses on hypertension, diabetes and dyslipidemia — a high level of lipids that can lead to heart attack, stroke or other heart issues — and social determinants associated with HIV.

Erin DeLaney is now treating the third generation of the Scogin family as she built trust and mutual respect — somethingthat is critical to providing quality health care.

More than 88 million Americans have prediabetes, but the good news is that this condition can be reversed with just a few simple steps. 

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