Displaying items by tag: uab medicine

There’s ticks in them-there woods, and that means the possibility of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, as one UAB patient recently discovered.

Community cancer centers and hospitals in Alabama and Georgia will get access to the latest cancer research and treatments.

There are physiological reasons why pregnant women feel the heat more than others; the key, for comfort and safety, is to keep cool.

Noted cardiologist and director of the UAB Heart and Vascular Center Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory died suddenly June 4, 2011.
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A look at the part UAB researchers and physicians have played in combating the deadly disease, and what is to come.

UAB research reveals a better way to protect newborns from cytomegalovirus, often passed to them from their mothers.

UAB and Specialists on Call are working together to introduce telemedicine for stroke care in community hospitals throughout Alabama.

One fifth of people with HIV in the U.S. don’t know they are infected; UAB Hospital joins a national effort to decrease the spread of HIV.

Going online can be fun and educational for kids, but there also are potentially dangerous pitfalls that abound with summertime freedom.

A drug long used for adults with sickle cell disease could change how the disease is managed in very young children.

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