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Whether for pool trips or beach vacations, follow these tips on how to keep children safe in and around water this spring break.
Daniel Bergman, M.D., and Lauren Kole, M.D., from the Department of Dermatology share advice on how to can take care of one’s skin.
Starting small, staying consistent and being accountable are key to setting and achieving realistic goals.
Avoid getting caught in the “happiness trap” by following these tips from a UAB expert.  
UAB Assistant Professor Katherine Meese, Ph.D., discusses her findings on workplace well-being and what leaders can be thinking about while reimagining work.
Downtown Birmingham has a pedestrian culture, and therefore, following safety tips such as using the sidewalks and limiting distractions is of utmost importance.
Watching the portion and carb content of food and drinks can help prevent blood sugar spikes this New Year’s Eve.
Workplaces can be inclusive by knowing and educating employees about the different backgrounds of their colleagues and being mindful of differences.
UAB experts discuss tips on exercising, eating healthy and avoiding additional stressors during the holiday season.
Practicing mindfulness can be the key to slowing down and savoring the season.
A UAB expert provides information on tackling sadness and grief over the winter holiday season.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham is offering multiple ways for you to give back to your community this holiday season.
New screening guidelines and improvements in diagnostics and treatment have improved outcomes in lung cancer.
The holiday season is a time when family members get together to share a meal; doctors recommend using this opportunity to learn more about one’s family history.
Type 2 diabetes is alarmingly on the rise in Alabama youth, but following a healthy diet and exercising regularly can help mitigate the risk and the severity.
Will this holiday season be harder to shop for or more expensive? Three experts from the  Collat School of Business give tips and tricks for navigating holiday shopping.
FAFSA applications are free to fill out and open opportunities for Pell grants and subsidized loans to students.
UAB Health System’s senior director of Infection Prevention breaks down the chain of transmission and how we all can lower our risk of getting sick.
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. 
In his published research, Zhai found that food insecurity and depressive and anxiety symptoms are risk factors for suicide among college students.
Experts provide safety tips for protecting one’s eyes, mouth and body from sports-related injuries this season.
Proper contact lens safety can save you from future vision problems.
Self-care means taking time to do things that help people live well and improve their physical health and mental health. UAB experts provide tips on how to incorporate self-care into a daily routine.
Early detection and limiting risk factors are the best ways to fight breast cancer.
You cannot really germ-proof your home, but you can clean and disinfect things to improve your chances of preventing the flu.
The growing dependence on technology, coupled with the increasing threat of intrusion and cyberattacks, requires greater security in the online world.
Physicians in the O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center at UAB are advancing the field of thyroid care with cutting-edge, patient-specific procedures and collaborative research investigations.
UAB’s director of Emergency Management shares best practices to prepare for and stay safe during flash flooding.
One UAB expert explains how parents can address specific areas of safety concern for each stage of a child’s life.
Injury and illness can happen to anyone. Going to the right place of care could save lives.  
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