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Researchers at UAB help people understand their motives behind overeating palatable food, which can cause weight gain and obesity.
A new Biomedical Research and Psychology Building — made possible by a $76 million federal appropriation — received stage 1 approval from the UA System Board of Trustees.
Downtown Birmingham has a pedestrian culture, and therefore, following safety tips such as using the sidewalks and limiting distractions is of utmost importance.
The Virtual Mental Health Monday series includes sessions on dance, healing rituals, forest bathing, supporting LGBTQ+ youth, suicide prevention, caregivers and reducing homelessness. 
UAB’s TRIP Lab was awarded $125,000 in grants from Blue Cross Blue Shield, Honda and State Farm to continue educating young drivers across the state of Alabama.
The research program is aimed at transforming students into advocates for scholarship, leadership and creative inquiry.
Goodin will be responsible for community and stakeholder engagement to advance opioid research with the goal of impacting the communities most vulnerable to opioid overdose.
A four-year grant from NIH will fund a clinical trial that will test new approaches to cognitive rehabilitation in adults with stroke.
New funding will advance research on the role of diet and race in knee arthritis pain and pain sensitivity, respectively, in transgender community.
One UAB expert explains how parents can address specific areas of safety concern for each stage of a child’s life.
Carbohydrates are directly linked to the development of Type 2 diabetes, but a higher-carb diet is underused in research models.
Car seats are documented to reduce injuries and deaths in children but are effective only if installed and used properly.
Years after spending 87 days in a neonatal intensive care unit, Tara Wood and her twin daughters are now UAB alumni who are using their life experiences to help others.
Presented by UAB Arts in Medicine, experts will provide insight into what happens physically and mentally surrounding a high-stakes performance and how performers can address the fear.
Four graduate students in UAB’s College of Arts and Sciences have been awarded a Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Research fellowship through the U.S. Department of Transportation.
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