Patients with low health literacy are at high risk of having poor health outcomes and experiences.
UAB and Children’s of Alabama will conduct a clinical trial for a new treatment of a rare endocrine disease that disproportionately affects children.
UAB cardiologists will see patients remotely through telehealth in Butler, Bibb, Wilcox and Marengo counties.
Messina was selected for a four-year term as the only faculty athletics representative to the NCAA Division I Football Oversight Committee.
The UAB Health System will continue to accept United Healthcare insurance following an agreement reached today.
Researchers mapped distinct bone marrow niche populations and their differentiation paths.
A UAB School of Optometry professor has received an award from the American Academy of Optometry.
Fields will oversee all daily operations and programming for AEIVA, as well as serve as a liaison for a variety of stakeholders on campus and in the community.
Sessions will include staying injury-free, entrepreneurship, touring, money strategies, social media and more, including a discussion with Meshell Ndegeocello.
The Birmingham Business Journal recognizes three UAB buildings for shaping the Magic City.
A UAB oncologist has received a Pioneering Ideas Grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
This summer, approximately 1,708 students will graduate from UAB, and nearly 1,000 are expected to participate in the ceremonies.
A UAB professor provides best practices to combat the national robocall epidemic.
Call for comments as UAB applies for renewal of its Magnet Nursing designation
A group of UAB employees are positively impacting RNICU families through yarn skills.
Following months of negotiations, the contracts will expire July 30 between United Healthcare and several UAB Health System entities. Only the Emergency Department at each hospital will remain open to United plan members without additional out-of-pocket costs.
A new study found that increasing blood thinners in discharged patients with medical illness reduces their risk of blood clots.
Olivia Affuso, Ph.D., was taken to the hospital after being stung more than 50 times by the bees.
These findings suggest that large geographic treatment disparities in high-intensity statin use after a heart attack are poorly understood and require further research and intervention.
A UAB Department of Philosophy professor was recognized for academic achievement and involvement in the community.