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The Virtual Mental Health Monday series includes sessions on dance, healing rituals, forest bathing, supporting LGBTQ+ youth, suicide prevention, caregivers and reducing homelessness. 
When Cameron Monistere was diagnosed with cancer right before his senior year of college and final season as an Auburn University cheerleader, he acted fast. With the help of UAB experts, Monistere is now cancer-free and using his story to raise awareness about men’s health.
The Alabama Department of Public Health shows widespread flu activity in all areas of the state. UAB’s Rachael Lee, M.D., urges the public to enact preventive measures to slow the spread of flu, and to ease the burden on health care systems.
Nurse Laura Melton studied classical music repertoire at UAB while earning her degree and performed in Italy this summer after missing out on the trip due to the pandemic.
UAB Health System’s senior director of Infection Prevention breaks down the chain of transmission and how we all can lower our risk of getting sick.
The volume of cases in the emergency department and the severity of the injuries seen by the staff provide a good training ground for nursing competitions.
UAB Medicine is again honored for excellence in the use of information technology in improving patient care.
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With the help of the Comprehensive Snakebite Program, Raela Wells is up and moving only two months after a copperhead bit her twice, causing her leg to swell and become immobile — just in time for her wedding.
The five-year project will focus on improving education and training efforts of dental students on how to care for vulnerable groups, including those undergoing substance use disorders.
Pelvic floor therapy provides a conservative and holistic approach to pelvic floor dysfunction, but many women do not know about the treatment. JJ Fagen, UAB Medicine’s pelvic floor therapist, discusses the benefits of pelvic floor therapy and pelvic floor exercises
Self-care means taking time to do things that help people live well and improve their physical health and mental health. UAB experts provide tips on how to incorporate self-care into a daily routine.
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