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In an effort to protect the health of our patients and staff this flu season, certain visitor restrictions and precautions will be in place at UAB.
For the fifth consecutive year, UAB Medicine has earned “Most Wired” status for use of information technology in improving patient care.

New wearable health monitoring devices can help you stay informed, but should they be relied on heavily?

The one-day crowdfunding campaign will raise money for Blazer Kitchen, the on-campus food bank that serves students, employees and patients in need.
Here is a guide to finding your passion, no matter what field, from UAB transplant surgeon Jayme Locke, M.D.
A new UAB center will serve as a state-wide resource for patients with diseases of the pancreas and bile ducts.
UAB is partnering with FEMA for National Preparedness Month activities and lessons.
An award to UAB researchers is aimed to determine effects of arsenicals and ways to treat exposure in the future.
UAB was part of a groundbreaking trial that is believed to be the first time it has been proved that the risk of mild cognitive impairment and dementia can be reduced through high blood-pressure treatment.
Published in Addiction, a new paper lays out some of the factors that lead policymakers to look for easy answers to complex problems related to opioid addiction.
UAB’s first Addiction Recovery symposium features thought leaders and inspirational stories.
When you struggle with weight issues, it is easy to feel overwhelmed by your weight loss options and dismayed by setbacks.
Valerie Powell credits her career shift from marketing to medicine as the turning point that saved her life.
The UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center names gynecologic oncology surgeon as senior medical officer of the Cancer Service Line.
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