Displaying items by tag: women and infants services

Women’s Choice Awards and Becker’s Hospital Review honor UAB women’s health programs as among the nation’s best.
Research is inconclusive as to why SIDS occurs, but some articles have suggested there may be parental knowledge or compliance deficits.

This public health initiative aims to ensure area babies have an opportunity to receive vital ‘first-food nutrients’ essential to early development.

The event will highlight genetic testing of embryos, the move toward transferring single embryos to avoid multiple births and UAB’s record success in IVF.
UAB Hospital has been named one of America’s best breast health centers by WomenCertified, Inc.
Becker’s Hospital Review ranked hospitals based on comprehensiveness of programs, quality of care offered.
UAB Hospital staff hopes gift will jump-start program that will continue to provide food for families in need during their child’s hospital stay.

School of Business students led teams from local high schools in researching ways the movement affected business in the city.

More than 5,000 people responded to the magazines’ online survey and entered the businesses and services they thought were the best in 81 categories.

Prematurity, low birth weight leading cause for the leveling off of infant mortality and neonatal mortality rates in the United States

The reunion will give former patients and their families an opportunity to reconnect with staff who cared for them.

Strong Start for Mothers and Newborns provides non-medical social services for healthy living and better pregnancy outcomes for Medicaid, CHIP-eligible patients.

Advances led by UAB and Children’s of Alabama neonatologist Wally Carlo have helped millions of infants worldwide

There aren’t many reasons to have an open hysterectomy with today’s robotic surgery options.

A midurethral sling during surgery to repair pelvic organ prolapse reduces the risk of developing stress incontinence, but also poses greater risks.

Traveling during pregnancy can be safe and fun as long as women pay attention to their bodies, physicians instruct.
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