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In patients with atrial fibrillation undergoing percutaneous coronary intervention for myocardial infarction, use of dual therapy leads to fewer bleeding events with a marginal increase in the risk of ischemic events.
As the fall months approach, the potential for seasonal allergies, runny noses and sinus infections increases.
The highest blood pressure amplification was found in patients with uncontrolled resistant high blood pressure.
UAB has enrolled more than 40 participants in its Alabama Udall Center clinical research core.
UAB investigators have outlined the ideal cardiovascular health among American adults after the economic recession of 2008-2009.
UAB is now offering total knee replacements without an overnight hospital stay for selected patients.
UAB Medicine joins more than 100 health systems acknowledged as working to make high-quality care for older adults even more tailored to patients’ goals and preferences.
Medical West Hospital has received state clearance to build a replacement hospital near I-459 in McCalla.
The UAB Health System will continue to accept United Healthcare insurance following a finalized agreement.
Alabamians age 19 or older, regardless of health status, are eligible to enroll in the program by visiting JoinAllofUs.org/UAB.
Eight tips to help parents encourage healthy eating for their children.
UAB Medicine’s chief diversity officer has been named one of the most influential women in corporate America by Savoy Magazine.
Patients with low health literacy are at high risk of having poor health outcomes and experiences.
The UAB Health System will continue to accept United Healthcare insurance following an agreement reached today.
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