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Registration is open now for the 17th annual UAB National Alumni Society Scholarship Run, and runners can choose the virtual option or run in person.
Starting small, staying consistent and being accountable are key to setting and achieving realistic goals.
Photographer Harper Nichols, a 2022 UAB graduate who focused on her own disability for a photographic series while in school, hopes the exhibition opens conversations.
UAB Assistant Professor Katherine Meese, Ph.D., discusses her findings on workplace well-being and what leaders can be thinking about while reimagining work.
Mull will graduate in the fall undergraduate commencement ceremony Dec. 10 in Bartow Arena with her degree in kinesiology.
When Alicia Cherry experienced what she felt was an academic failure, a Google search led her to UAB and changed the course of her academic career and life.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham is offering multiple ways for you to give back to your community this holiday season.
Sue Feldman is only the second faculty member in the School of Health Professions to become an ACMI Fellow.
Type 2 diabetes is alarmingly on the rise in Alabama youth, but following a healthy diet and exercising regularly can help mitigate the risk and the severity.
In this cohort study of 19,580 patients with breast cancer, the researchers found that White women who lived in less deprived neighborhoods showed decreased mortality, but that Black women did not.
Insights gained from this project can lead to a new understanding of the mechanisms by which human deep-brain activity gives rise to cognitive-emotional behaviors, such as social thought processes, impulsivity and affect.
The new, one-of-a-kind center has a vision of improving the health and function of people with disabilities through encouraging access, increasing participation, and promoting adherence to recreation, exercise and sports.
UAB Nutrition researchers are investigating whether calorie restriction or intermittent fasting can slow the aging process.
The success of Uncork Education and the support of generous sponsors and guests allow the National Alumni Society to provide scholarships for deserving students each year.
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