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Knowing how to budget and plan for back-to-school shopping is a key to success, explains one UAB business professor.
Car seats are documented to reduce injuries and deaths in children but are effective only if installed and used properly.
UAB Infectious Diseases experts provide information about monkeypox and how you can take precautions to limit the spread.

Get information on COVID vaccinations for children 5 and younger, such as how soon a child can be vaccinated following an infection with COVID-19, dosage requirements, the negative impact of the virus on children and more in these YouTube videos — perfect for sharing on social.

As the summer temperatures increase, so does the risk of heat-related illness and death. A UAB pediatrician shares best practices for parents to prevent child hot car deaths.
Five UAB experts provide advice on getting started, finding a group, staying motivated and coping with weather. Plus: how to run a successful walking meeting.
As we come to the end of graduation season, UAB’s director of Student Counseling Services shares several ways for recent college graduates to improve and maintain their mental health.
UAB’s Dayna Watson, Ph.D., recommends four ways to help keep children’s mental health in great condition once the final school bell rings.
Anyone traveling more than four hours by air, car or bus can be at risk for blood clots. The director of the UAB Vein Center provides tips on how to prevent blood clots when traveling.
As parents navigate baby formula shortages across the nation, one UAB pediatrician shares advice and concerns that parents should keep in mind.
May is National Allergy and Asthma Month, and one UAB pulmonology and allergy specialist explains how to better control asthma and allergy symptoms.
A UAB mental health expert provides five ways to help manage stress levels.
UAB’s Ragib Hasan recommends what to look for and how to maintain cybersecurity when donating online.
Incorporating stretching in your daily routine can significantly improve your flexibility and range of motion and help manage stress.
Uncertainties related to the conflict in Europe, supply chain issues and more continue to drive up the cost of groceries; but eating healthy does not have to cost you an arm and a leg.
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