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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.
The accreditation reflects the highest standards of educational excellence in both health care and business management.
The 2022 season will feature rock, classical and world music, jazz legends, fun all-ages family, shows and much more. Watch for more performers to be added to the lineup.
Medical professionals are calling on the World Health Assembly to pass a resolution calling for folic acid fortification in staple foods to prevent spina bifida worldwide.
Hannah Breier, a spring 2022 UAB industrial distribution major graduate, will begin a career as an associate supply chain engineer in Chicago, Ill., after an impressive career as a Blazer.
UAB dermatologist shares her sunscreen tips and best practices ahead of summer 2022.
The biodegradable nanovehicles accumulated in human breast cancer tumors in mice after systemic injection, and they inhibited oncogene expression and extended survival of the mice.
Lemak leads a team of more than 50 faculty and staff who are developing leaders to shape tomorrow’s health care.
Radiofrequency ablation precisely delivers heat energy that can destroy lesions within the brain that are the cause of seizures.
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.
WBHM 90.3 FM has been honored with seven awards, including Overall Excellence for the second year in a row, while Gulf States Newsroom won six awards.
As parents navigate baby formula shortages across the nation, one UAB pediatrician shares advice and concerns that parents should keep in mind.
This exciting recurring exhibition from June 10-Aug. 12 will feature some of the best and brightest contemporary Alabama artists working today.
The ALA Award is a mark of recognition and esteem for outstanding achievement.
The $20 million National Science Foundation award will help UAB and eight other Alabama-based universities build research infrastructure. UAB’s share will be about $2 million.
The drug inhibits the kinase Cdk5, found in mature neurons. Cdk5 has long been implicated in neuropsychiatric and neurodegenerative conditions, but previous inhibitors have largely failed to reach the brain through the blood-brain barrier.
After receiving monetary support to continue his education at UAB, Shegun Otulana and his wife, Mary, want to pay it forward to future UAB students.
Clinical trials serve as the bridge between research and patient care. Learn more about clinical trials, who can participate and why they play a vital role in cancer research.
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