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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.
The new UAB Community Counseling Clinic, an internship site in the School of Education, gives grad students hands-on training.
UAB Hospital staff will leave Jan. 28 for a 10-day journey into a part of the world where medical care is a luxury.
The TIGER Study, led by Molly Bray, will investigate the influence of variation in DNA sequence on body fatness and fitness.
Findings by Wally Carlo show an education-training program in basic neonatal care in developing countries can reduce neonatal mortality.
Campus Restaurants joined SODEXO’s Helping Hands Across America campaign to raise money for Magic City Harvest.
Jalie Tucker received the Presidential Citation for Distinguished Service from the American Psychological Association.
“Dancing with the Silver Stars” is a fundraising event to raise funds to help recruit and train geriatric care specialists.
UAB faculty and staff have been training organizations and first responders — ranging from law enforcement officials to first receivers to veterinarians — for a decade through the Center for Public Health Preparedness (CPHP). The organization includes a partnership with Tulane University and the states of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama.
The UAB Pediatric/Adolescent Gynecologic Clinic within Children’s Hospital positions UAB and Children’s Hospital as leaders in diagnosis and treatment of pediatric and adolescent gynecologic disorders and is one of only two such dedicated children’s clinics in the Birmingham area.
UAB’s EatRight Weight Management Services wants to help Alabamians remove themselves from their role as a national punch line by helping them lose weight through evidence-based therapies that provide a personalized approach.
The after-hours clinic will be from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. each Monday and will be staffed by Laura Lee Joiner, M.D., assistant professor and medical director of the Residency Continuity Clinic and a third-year resident.
The UAB Hospitalist Service was the first hospitalist group in Alabama when it opened in 1998. A hospitalist is a staff doctor who provides inpatient care
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