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Study examines how HIV affects the health of women.
Study examines how HIV affects the health of women.
Opportunity to use rec center as teaching facility enables Human Studies to expand offerings, gives facility a boost

Social wellness game helps teams of up to six members stay accountable, have fun as they embark on lifestyle changes

UAB employees shed more than 5,500 pounds in 2012 Scale Back competition as many embraced healthier lifestyles, eating habits
UAB Wellness’ Green Screens initiative cited as an example of giving employees power to improve their health

UAB Osteoporosis Prevention & Treatment Clinic impacting practice on broad scale

Long-term study seeks people ages 30-65 who never have been diagnosed with cancer

UAB and Birmingham stepped up to fight the virus that causes AIDS years ago when it could have easily turned away

The new 11,000 square foot, state-of-the-art Kidney & Pancreas Transplant Clinic opened this month.

UAB’s AMC21 plan aims to make UAB the preferred academic medical center of the 21st century.

UAB’s Child Life Program provides children and their families comfort in times of need, and positive memories in times of turmoil.

Holidays are a great time to get family health-history questions answered and begin building a database to share with your physician.

A team of eight — six with UAB ties — that spent a week in Lanzhou, China, teaching physical therapy techniques to health-care providers.

Cary Ramey's toe-thumb transplant gives his active lifestyle a boost.

Oil spill research: UAB investigators aim to develop new technologies to monitor the health of animal populations in oceans around the world.

Traveler's Health Clinic Director David Freedman says concerns the Germany strain of E. Coli will spread in America are minimal.

The Farm Stand will provide fresh fruits and vegetables for employees, students, patients and passers-by all summer long.

UAB Hospital will begin screening every patient treated in the ER to reduce those numbers through a program funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Seafood from the Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida coastlines is safe for consumption according to federal testing.

April 27 was a reminder disasters can happen any time and any where. Take steps to make sure your family is prepared.

Julia Gohlke investigates the link between coal consumption, electricity use and health to weigh the implications for energy policy.

UAB researchers have received funding to investigate the damage caused to the Gulf of Mexico ecosystem after the 2010 BP oil spill.

The new Pediatric Tourette’s Syndrome Clinic specializes in comprehensive behavioral intervention for tics, a non-drug treatment option.
Belinda Needham was invited to brief Congress this past December on the topics of women, depression and obesity.
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