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With new population data on record for Alabama, a professor in the College of Arts and Sciences explains how redistricting of electoral boundaries will impact the state moving forward.
Often New Year’s health resolutions are lofty and fall short after people lose momentum. Setting achievable and realistic health and fitness goals enables people to create long-term habits, says one UAB School of Education professor.
Being able to set boundaries about topics you may or may not want to discuss is important during the holiday season. Learn more about how to guide these conversations.
Kaylee Crockett, Ph.D., shares three steps on how you can keep your mental health a priority this holiday season.
UAB professor and supply chain expert explains how COVID-19 has disrupted the economy’s supply chain and what that means for holiday shopping.
In honor of National Healthy Skin Month, Lauren Kole, M.D., assistant professor and residency program director in the Department of Dermatology, shares her top three tips for maintaining healthy skin all year long.
Lizzy Davis with the UAB Department of Nutrition Sciences shares the science of how to make your Thanksgiving worth gobbling up.

Many Americans are catching up on missed holiday plans, but should you go ahead and receive your booster shot to ensure the safety of yourself and others?

Maintain good dental health this Halloween by indulging that night, controlling candy intake after the binge, eating more chocolates than sticky, sour candy and brushing teeth twice daily. 

UAB’s Erin DeLaney, M.D., shares tips to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and flu this Halloween.

UAB clinical psychiatrist Megan Hays walks through five strategies that can be used to manage pandemic anger and burnout. 

Protect yourself this winter from flu and COVID-19 by getting vaccinated, wearing masks and social distancing.

The Delta variant poses a new threat to pregnant women. UAB women’s health and infectious disease experts discuss the effects of COVID-19 and the vaccines on pregnancy.   

UAB’s Rachel Cowan, Ph.D., explains how to assist a disabled neighbor in the event of dangerous weather. 

Learn what you need to do if you have been exposed to COVID-19.

UAB public health expert: Masking in Alabama during the Labor Day weekend could prevent at least 3,500 and as many as 6,000 COVID-19 cases in Alabama the following week and help end the surge.

Two nutrition researchers at UAB claim that hunger cues go well beyond your stomach’s rumbling and grumbling — it has more to do with your overall mindfulness.

UAB’s Jeanne Marrazzo, M.D., explains the importance of getting vaccinated after having COVID, which vaccine to get and when to get it. 

A UAB criminal justice researcher shares tips to prevent online identity theft.

Get answers to some of today’s most common questions about COVID, the Delta variant, vaccines, masking and more in these YouTube videos — perfect for sharing on social media.

UAB experts provide information on four health care appointments that need to be on every parent’s back-to-school checklists.
A UAB professor breaks down details of the Child Tax Credit relief bill and who should be eligible for the upcoming July 15 payment release date.
Using the correct sunscreen — especially during the summer months — is vital to help prevent skin issues now and in the future.
As COVID-19 vaccines become available to younger age groups, here are tips for parents to help their children understand the importance of vaccines.
COVID-19 vaccines were not developed overnight. Here are the astounding stories behind mRNA vaccines.
UAB experts explain some of the benefits of getting a COVID-19 vaccine.
Due to the novel COVID-19 pandemic, traditional gatherings are still unsafe. A UAB expert encourages the continuation of mask wearing and social distancing during Easter and Mother’s Day celebrations.
Masking can prevent more than COVID-19 from spreading this spring: Allergic rhinitis symptoms have shown to be significantly reduced with facemask usage during the pandemic.
Quitting smoking and vaping can reduce the severity of illness caused by COVID-19.
The CDC has updated guidelines to support wearing two masks, as well as saying nitrile medical gloves should not be used unless medically necessary.
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