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A UAB expert is offering some of their top tips on how to avoid holiday heart syndrome and enjoy a heart-healthy holiday season.
UAB’s Christopher Ballmann, Ph.D., explains the positive and negative impacts of music preference on exercise and athletic performance.
UAB Medicine hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to commemorate the new NICU Bookworms vending machine. United States Representative Terri A. Sewell (AL-07) joined the ceremony and read to infants in the UAB RNICU and Children’s of Alabama NICU.
The artist’s new installation, “Untitled Inventory (Catalogue Irraisonné),” was devised specifically for AEIVA. Ross-Ho also selected the works for the 48th Annual Juried Student Exhibition.
AEIVA will present works by Charles Lutz and Andy Warhol, pulling from its impressive collection of original works by the legendary artist, along with loans from The Andy Warhol Museum and local art collectors.
BCRFA continues to provide substantial gifts to the O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center to accelerate breast cancer research.
This holiday season, one UAB expert suggests looking for ways to invest in time with elderly loved ones versus investing in gifts.
Deemed “A must see!” by The Washington Post, this action-packed, uproariously funny 75-minute comedy dog spectacular leaves audiences everywhere howling for more.
UAB Health System has named a new chief human resources officer, bringing 20 years of talent in the human resources space to the enterprise. 
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New findings from UAB researchers indicates that preventable environmental factors like repeated blows to the head in contact sports and pesticides and herbicides account for a substantial number of Parkinson’s disease cases.  
Ivan Pupulidy, Ph.D., and Crista Vesel plan to expand knowledge of the Learning Review into UAB courses to prepare students to tackle safety issues and improve programs around the world.
Key to moral insight is taking a proactive approach to understanding different perspectives, such as befriending opponents and practicing mindfulness.
These immune CD8 T cells may provide a target for treating the buildup of fatty lesions in the arteries called atherosclerosis.
While it has long been thought that the most direct health effect linked to the sanitation crisis in the Black Belt was due to soil-transmitted hookworm, a study led by UAB found no evidence of transmission.
After two and half years of not having a voice, Deborah Hays Emanuel can now sing her song of resilience thanks to the UAB Voice Clinic.
Sickle cell disease is the most common and clinically significant inherited blood disorder across the nation, and now there is an FDA-approved gene therapy to help those living with SCD.
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