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Distraction by a dog while driving may be worse for older drivers, according to research from UAB.

The manual provides practical information on how to plan, implement and evaluate a pedestrian safety program.

UAB study finds lack of traumatic brain injury education among military veterans; movies and TV dramas spread misinformation.

The KBR funds will be used to grow the international student enrollment of the ASEM program.

UAB injury science researchers again recommend the use of protective helmets during periods of severe weather.

The Critical Care Transport team has re-fit one of its three ambulances to make the vehicle safer and more environmentally friendly.

McQuade is the author of The Encyclopedia of Cyber Crime and Cyber Bullying: Protecting Kids and Adults from Online Bullies.

UAB interim president, School of Engineering professor named NAI Charter Fellows for involvement in inventions that impact life, society.

Gerald McGwin, Ph.D., is also associate director of the Department of Ophthalmology’s Clinical Research Unit.

Fully online program exceeds OSHA requirements, gives students a chance to learn best safety practices and earn undergraduate credit hours.

UAB study finds college students surfing mobile Internet while crossing street more than twice as likely to be hit or have a close call.

Dean Sicking, developer of auto-racing SAFER barriers, to bring lab and research to UAB Nov. 1.

Despina Stavrinos also directs UAB's Translational Research for Injury Prevention Lab.

A grant from NFL Charities will help UAB researchers study a potential way to minimize the biochemical injuries associated with concussions.

For kids with permanent teeth, this simple device protects against sports-related dental injuries.

Recycled materials may become armor against flying debris.

A high-school volunteer with a UAB safety lab was recognized for her PSA.

New standard proposed for microtome use in the workplace influenced by graduate engineering student’s comments.

UAB's center is one of 17 funded by NIOSH to train safety and health practitioners.

UAB study finds majority of older adults rate themselves as excellent drivers though one in four had a wreck in previous five years.

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