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A study conducted by UAB investigators has outlined that Black individuals with heart failure have a worse prognosis, even after achieving biomarker-based heart failure treatment targets.
There is a narrow window of opportunity for successfully treating major cardiovascular events, and patients risk serious consequences if they wait for symptoms to get worse before seeking medical attention.
The United States Special Operation Command Parachute Demonstration Team saluted front-line workers above the Campus Green.
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The UAB Health System/Ascension St. Vincent’s Alliance has seen both organizations named to the third-annual NRC Health Top 100 Consumer Loyalty list, the first and only loyalty-based hospital rankings that recognize the top U.S. health care organizations for earning exceptional loyalty ratings from their patient populations.
The STEP program will ease pediatric patients with chronic conditions into adult clinics at UAB as they outgrow pediatric settings.
Kenny Mayfield lost his sense of smell in early March. Months later, it still has not returned, a side effect of COVID-19 that he is working to regain.
This event has been postponed. Sessions will include staying injury-free, entrepreneurship, touring, money strategies, social media and more, including a discussion with singer-songwriter Meshell Ndegeocello.
UAB scientist Jessy Deshane is one of five researchers to receive a specialized grant from NanoString Technologies, which will allow her to evaluate immune response in 3D non-small-cell lung cancer models.
UAB Hospital tops the list of best hospitals in Alabama again, according to US News & World Report.
A $75,000 gift from the Mike & Gillian Goodrich Foundation to support cancer awareness and COVID-19 response in Alabama’s Back Belt region was given to the O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center at UAB.
Reid Jones, a longtime UAB Health System leader, has been named CEO of UAB Medicine.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed telehealth to the forefront, and UAB will use FCC funding to improve access to this essential health care service.
Sometimes you just need a dog. Even a virtual one.
Delays in cancer screenings due to the coronavirus could lead to thousands of cancer deaths in the coming years. O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center at UAB is vigilant in its efforts to provide uninterrupted care to patients.
Proficiency in a foreign language can help in almost any career field; for instance, at UAB, French majors have a strong record of admission to medical school.
Choose a broad-spectrum sunscreen of at least 30 SPF, apply it generously, and dress babies and children in sun-protective clothing if your family is having fun in the sun.
UAB asks donors to support any of its emergency response funds to meet the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19.
In light of COVID-19, changes to protect patient and employee health have been made for UAB Medicine clinic and hospital visits.
The coronavirus pandemic caused a blood shortage in March. Nothing has changed in June, and blood supplies remain dangerously low.
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