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Budgeting and research help parents save on back to school shopping.
Drowsy driving, distracting driving and road rage put you and other drivers at risk for a motor vehicle crash.
Criminal justice professor Jeff Walker, Ph.D., shares tips to keep yourself and your personal property safe while you are traveling this summer.
Keeping children safe as temperatures rise should be top-of-mind this summer, says one UAB pediatrician.
A primary care physician and a nutritionist create a checklist of cancer screenings, lifestyle changes and health conditions for women to be aware of during each decade after 50.
UAB experts help women navigate different tests and body changes they will experience during their 20s, 30s and 40s — timely with Women’s Health Week.
Riding bicycles is a fun and healthy way to get around efficiently. Know the rules and keep yourself safe while riding.
A resume is your first impression to potential employers, so win them over quickly with these tips.
Spotting the signs of child abuse and knowing how to report it are the first steps to ending the cycle of abuse.
To land that opportunity, students must be proactive in their search and aware of the skills needed for their target job.
Gary Warner, cybersecurity expert and director of Research in Computer Forensics, offers tips on which Facebook settings to pay close attention to.
A UAB pediatrician offers her advice for handling tricky conversations with your children about appropriate digital device use and sexting.
You can enjoy nutritious foods without breaking the bank.
Ketogenic, Whole30 and paleo diets aren’t convenience diets — they can cause challenges for eating out and cause a strain on your wallet — but they do provide whole food solutions.
Kidney stones impact one in 10 people and can lead to acute kidney injury; multiple episodes can result in long-term renal issues.
Doctoral student Jonathan Adams offers tips to identify and address bullying based on psychology research.
Millions of Americans are victims of dating violence each year. Follow these tips to protect yourself.
Are you washing your hands the right way? You may not be getting off as many germs as you think.
UAB’s Department of Dermatology shares tips for keeping your skin hydrated during the winter months.
nycu graphic 2Data suggest the United States could have a worse than average flu season. Flu season typically lasts from early October to February, but UAB experts say it is never too late to get vaccinated.
nycu graphic 2Do-it-yourself braces and how-to videos on the internet have grown in popularity, but experts say there are dangers in avoiding trained orthodontic professionals.
nycu graphic 2Physicians at UAB share tips on men’s health and how it affects heart health, sexual function and memory and decreases cancer risk.
It is easy to remember steps to prevent the body from getting cold, but what can be done to protect the eyes when cold weather hits?
Fall allergies have symptoms similar to the flu, but treatment varies drastically
nycu graphic 2Toy overload is real. UAB experts have tips on how to give experiences that can engage, inspire and create lasting memories.
nycu graphic 2Surgeon at UAB believes in making breast cancer awareness an issue year-round to help save lives through early detection.
Following a few simple guidelines can help make Halloween fun, not scary, for teens and kids.
nycu graphic 2A UAB Infectious Diseases physician discusses bacteria found in food-borne illnesses and why you should wash your hands.
Comprehensive eye exams can detect a variety of eye conditions that, left untreated in a child, could result in partial or complete loss of vision later in life.
UAB Institute for Human Rights Director Tina Kempin Reuter provides practical tips for confronting hate and violence.
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