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Kill the flu virus by following these tips on what to clean and how to disinfect commonly touched areas at home, school and work.
It is the dead of winter, and UAB experts weigh in with valuable advice about the sunshine vitamin.
In six decades, two patients have seen a big change in how to manage their Type 1 diabetes.
Misunderstandings and tantrums abound when the four members of the self-absorbed Bliss family each invite a guest for the weekend.
By creating online assets, using rental textbooks or older editions, and seeking out free online resources, 17 UAB faculty have saved students more than $1.1 million on instructional materials.
Departments across campus will begin accepting registrations as summer is fast approaching.
A UAB psychologist was recently appointed to a committee reviewing programs combating opioid use.
The Imogene Baswell Society celebrates the legacy of a pioneer by investing in future scholars.
This adverse NSAID effect is caused by dysfunctional molecular and cellular mechanisms.
Vanek’s lecture and exhibition are presented by the College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Art and Art History.
Attend the conversation with award-winning historian and author Dr. Ibram X. Kendi.
The quest for improving the rights of people with disabilities locally, nationally and internationally is urgent and significant.
Through various programs and initiatives throughout the state, Legacy of Hope educates people about the importance of organ and tissue donation.
The five imperatives most necessary to successfully meet the complex needs of students will be discussed at a free lecture.
This unique talk will cover the impact on the black community of DNA ancestry research, the trans-Atlantic slave trade and family tree exploration.
Join UAB Campus Recreation for a day of healthy living activities, food and more.
Grand opening of the Hilton Hotels and Resort was Thursday, Jan. 31.
UAB’s newest cancer-killing cyclotron is beginning its monthlong journey from Germany to its permanent campus home.
A report by the American Heart Association found that 48 percent of U.S. adults live with some type of cardiovascular disease.