Chronic kidney disease patients with protein in their urine have a higher risk of dying than the general population, and diabetes is currently the number one cause of the disease in the United States.
Alzheimer's Association Creates Training, Certification Program
Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma (CTCL) is a rare idiopathic cancer that tends to occur later in life. It originates in the white blood cell subset of T-lymphocytes that normally help the immune system fight infections. Mutations in the T-cells' DNA cause the cells to develop abnormalities that push them to attack the skin.
New guidelines, developed with the help of UAB physicians, that recommend shorter courses of antibiotics for four common infections are being welcomed by clinicians across Alabama and the U.S.
More than 37 million American adults suffer from overactive bladder and nearly 18 million have bowel incontinence.
Although symptomatic fibroids are usually benign, most women would be quick to say it doesn't mean these tumors aren't troublesome.
We believe that we are getting closer to herd immunity thanks to the vaccine, along with new scientific data which shows that more people got covid than were tested.
It's great to see the continued momentum in the state's quest to get all Alabamian's vaccinated
Therapy today in skilled nursing facilities (SNF) looks vastly different than it did before the pandemic.
Recent studies have found that up to 28 percent of Americans suffer from gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).
UAB is looking for Covid-positive individuals for an outpatient study that examines the effect of a common drug on inhibiting the progression of the disease, especially in people with comorbidities.
A COVID-19 vaccine candidate that underwent extensive preclinical testing at the University of Alabama at Birmingham this spring and summer is poised for clinical testing to begin in December.
While COVID-19 vaccines are dominating coronavirus news, researchers are still working on treatments for the virus as well, and progress in that regard is being made by a team led by UAB scientists.
Imagine suddenly learning you have to give up a career you love--a profession you have spent a lifetime building that has become a major part of your identity. Not in a few years or months or even days, but right now, this moment, someone else has to cover your appointments for the rest of the day, and forever
"We're thrilled. I knew we had good quality outcomes and I knew this was something we focused on, but I had no idea how well we stacked up against other hospitals in the nation," says Jesanna Cooper, MD, OBGYN and chair of the Women and Infants Department at Princeton Baptist Medical Center.
Infertility can be emotionally challenging for anyone. For women born without a uterus or who lose theirs' to illness and surgery, it can be devastating, with a finality that until now has ended their hope of ever bearing a child.
One of the most frightening aspects of COVID-19 is the fact that some patients struggle with symptoms for months after their recovery from the disease.
The term "joint replacement" generally invokes thoughts of hip or knee replacement, but thanks to new technology, total ankle replacement is now an option for patients with avascular necrosis (AVN).
Think back to the time before Covid-19. Another epidemic was ravaging America, leaving thousands of grieving families to mourn the loss of loved ones to opioids, pain killers and other addictions.
CMS is rolling out new models for end-stage renal disease that look to improve care and quality of life, while simultaneously realizing savings.
Serving 30 years as a paramedic in rural Alabama has left John Reed, MPH, BSN, RN, with hard-earned insights concerning the difficulties faced in rural emergency medical service (EMS).
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