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Preeclampsia is a leading cause of maternal mortality. Brian Brocato, D.O., UAB maternal-fetal medicine specialist, discusses the signs, symptoms and treatment of the pregnancy condition.
USA Wheelchair Rugby athletes received acceleration/velocity and reaction time testing in their pre-participation exams for the first time.
After being burned in an explosion three years ago, Delrico Gibson thought he would never use his hands again. Now, see the artworks he created for his first responders, surgeons, therapists and caregivers in the exhibition “Strings of Gratitude.”
UAB is joining the Red Cross in encouraging the public to donate blood now.
The program, in its 11th year, celebrates these exceptional business leaders and their accomplishments with a seated awards dinner presented by the National Alumni Society.
UAB was one of four sites leading a clinical trial to evaluate the effectiveness of adding Pembrolizumab to endometrial cancer care.
UAB pediatric obstetrician and gynecologist provides tips to parents on having open conversation with their adolescent daughter about her overall reproductive health.
Ashton Ayers was not expected to survive after an accident left her with a traumatic brain injury during her freshman year of high school. A decade later, Ayers defied the odds and graduated from the UAB School of Nursing.
A simultaneous bilateral adrenalectomy removes both adrenal glands at the same time, providing benefits to both the patient and surgeons.
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