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This study is providing researchers with an infrastructure they can build upon as they work to fully understand how exercise impacts the entire body.
By prohibiting the Activin A protein from functioning, researchers were able to halt the development of dyskinesia symptoms and effectively erase the brain’s “bad memory” response to L-DOPA treatments.
Use of high-speed video microscopy and artificial intelligence provides calculated statistics like diastolic and systolic diameters, fractional shortening, and ejection fraction.
As temperatures heat up, the risk of contracting a heat-related illness increases. Experts at UAB discuss the best ways to stay safe this summer.
The construction of the Biomedical Research and Psychology Building signifies another milestone in UAB’s unwavering dedication to creating a transformative impact locally, statewide and globally.
Crying happens when emotions, sensory thresholds and societal norms interplay. According to experts, an occasional cry is completely healthy and expected.  
Whitfield’s eight-bed ICU is monitored remotely 24/7 by the UAB Tele-ICU team to help support the bedside staff.
The new, five-year grant will support research in the UAB Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center to address dementia disparities in the Deep South.
The study will observe two sedation medications, ketamine and etomidate, that are most commonly used for sedations, ketamine and etomidate, to determine which is best during intubations.
This procedure has been clinically proved to help reduce blood pressure in patients for whom neither medications nor lifestyle changes have been successful.
Ninety-two percent of evaluable patients treated with INB-200 exceeded a median progression-free survival of seven months. Glioblastoma multiforme is the most aggressive type of cancer originating in the brain.
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