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Stories from survivors in these workshops will become part of the Stuart Pimsler Dance Theatre performance March 14 at UAB’s Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center.

UAB’s new Hoover Primary and Specialty Care clinic adds new medical specialties to go along with existing primary care services.

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UAB Hospital is only the 21st hospital worldwide to receive this designation five consecutive times and is the only hospital in Alabama designated a Magnet organization.
A study conducted by UAB investigators reports a decline in cholesterol levels since the 2013 cholesterol guidelines, but more needs to be done in the way of improving cardiovascular health.
UAB and Highlands Hospitals are among only 10 hospitals in the state to earn an A grade for patient safety.
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Russell Medical, a strategic affiliate of UAB for several years, has entered into a management agreement to become a member of the UAB Health System.
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Using the power of live storytelling, UAB Medicine employees will share stories from their careers in patient care at this Arts in Medicine event.
A new UAB study shows metastatic breast cancer patients treated outside of NCCN guidelines had significantly higher costs.  
Harvard-trained physician and clinician-scientist will begin his new role Jan. 6, 2020.
UAB transplant hepatologists will see patients at the Huntsville Regional Campus once a month to make it more convenient to North Alabama residents.
The Birmingham City Council passed an ordinance on Tuesday, Oct. 15, that establishes a non-smoking Health District on Birmingham’s Southside. Smoking will be prohibited on public property – including city streets and sidewalks within the Heath District.
A UAB Hospital unit has been lauded for its employment of people with disabilities.
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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.
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