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Hunter Skoog, Robert Wineski and Nick Rivers were the first residents to receive a certification for the Inspire device and for transoral robotic surgery.
Most seizures occur in non-medical settings. A UAB epilepsy expert provides information on best practices to help individuals during a seizure.
The task force will develop and disseminate strategies, resources and guidance to better service the Alzheimer’s population.
UAB registered dietitian nutritionist Kelly Berg’s work in nutrition communication offers invaluable guidance in navigating these complexities and empowering consumers to make well-informed dietary choices.
Panion will lead gospel artist Donald Lawrence, the Alabama Symphony Orchestra, Vox Fortura and the combined Miles College and UAB Gospel choirs in this concert, which will be recorded for nationwide broadcast by PBS.
There is no need to leave the house to get help with cold, flu or COVID symptoms with UAB eMedicine’s virtual diagnostic and treatment services.
Join the UAB No Shave November campaign and make a difference in the fight against prostate cancer by growing facial hair in support of the cause.
Hyperbaric medicine is a therapy that treats oxygen like a drug, delivering high-pressure oxygen to treat wounds for patients in need.
Vascular stiffening and calcification, which is accelerated by aging, affects multiple organs and plays a role in dementia. There are no treatments for vascular calcification, which makes arteries harden.
The UAB Hazelrig-Salter Radiation Oncology Center and the Kirklin Clinic at Acton Road will obtain their ASTRO-APEx accreditation until September 2027.
The grant will enhance the UAB Nurse-Family Partnership of Central Alabama’s current services and increase access to maternity care in Alabama.
When senior Abby Henderson was awarded a Gadsden Museum of Art exhibition, she chose to curate a second exhibition within it to show her classmates’ paintings.
UAB eMedicine uses advanced monitoring technology that allows UAB physicians to monitor and help manage the treatment of stroke patients who are located at other hospitals.
One UAB experts says the roles of screenings, warning signs and a healthy lifestyle are all keys to cancer prevention.
A new camera system will monitor vehicle traffic to improve campus safety.  
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UAB researchers leverage All of Us Research Program nationwide data from a diverse group of individuals to show that the genetic risk of hypertension varied between males and females.
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