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AARDA: Addressing Autoimmune Disorders through Awareness, Advocacy & Action
AARDA: Addressing Autoimmune Disorders through Awareness, Advocacy & Action

Autoimmune disease impacts 50 million Americans. AARDA is using a collective voice to raise awareness, advocate for patients and researchers and take action to ensure access to care.

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UAB Inflammation Study Investigates Links to Food and Lifestyle
UAB Inflammation Study Investigates Links to Food and Lifestyle

Inflammation is the body's first line of defense for a scratch or a scrape. But when that defense mistakes the body for the enemy, it can launch devastating attacks against tissue, causing damage that can be a factor in conditions like arthritis and diabetes, as well as potentially deadly diseases like cancer and heart disease.

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340B Program has Uncertain Future
340B Program has Uncertain Future

NeuroSigma recently received FDA clearance for the first device to treat pediatric ADHD, offering providers, patients and parents a new alternative to medication.

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Endocrine Society Celebrates Progress from Bench to Bedside
Endocrine Society Celebrates Progress from Bench to Bedside

Endocrine Society Chief Professional & Clinical Affairs Officer Robert Lash, MD, discusses the field, annual meeting, road shows and more.

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Many Patients Mistakenly Believe They Have Penicillin Allergy
Many Patients Mistakenly Believe They Have Penicillin Allergy

Around 10 percent of Americans believe they have an allergy to penicillin which is unfortunate because penicillin and its related β-Lactam antibiotics are among the safest and most effective antibiotics available.

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Genetic Aspects of Pregnancy
Genetic Aspects of Pregnancy

Merry Lynn Mann, MD, who practices reproductive medicine at ART Fertility Program, is uniquely credentialed with a fellowship in reproductive endocrinology and infertility combined with board certification in genetics.

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New Study Looks at Cost Impact of OTC Birth Control
New Study Looks at Cost Impact of OTC Birth Control

A new study explores the impact on unintended pregnancies, consistent use of progestin-only OTC birth control pills at various price points.

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Nursing During the Covid-19 Pandemic
Nursing During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Courage doesn't mean being unafraid. Rather, it is fortitude and selflessness that move some people beyond their own concerns to do what must be done.

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It's Almost like Being There
It's Almost like Being There

The birth of a baby is one of the happiest events in a family's life, but when an infant is born prematurely the happiness can be mixed with worry.

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Princeton is First to Use Pressure-Volume Loop System for Cardiac Patients in Alabama
Princeton is First to Use Pressure-Volume Loop System for Cardiac Patients in Alabama

Princeton Baptist Medical Center's cardiovascular program has undergone a major transformation, hiring an additional cardiologist, structural heart physician, and two cardiovascular surgeons as well as launching a number of major capital projects.

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UAB Leads Team Researching COVID-19 Cure
UAB Leads Team Researching COVID-19 Cure

While most Americans never gave any thought to the possibility of a pandemic until now, a group of researchers and virologists has been working to develop therapies for emerging uncontrolled infections long before COVID-19 came to dominate the headlines.

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The Use of Biologic Injections in Orthopedics
The Use of Biologic Injections in Orthopedics

The current hot topic within the field of orthopedics is biologic injections (i.e, PRP, stem cells). There is a great amount of research and marketing behind such injections, especially given the potential to help treat joint disease and tendinopathies.

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CMS Steps to Provide More Access by Telehealth

In the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has taken steps to make healthcare services more accessible through telehealth, particularly for those who are at high-risk of complications from the virus.

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UAB Opens COVID-19 Clinic
UAB Opens COVID-19 Clinic

When COVID-19 began to emerge as an urgent healthcare issue in Birmingham, UAB physicians from several specialties, including infectious diseases, internal medicine, and family and community medicine, began to discuss the idea of opening a specialized clinic for COVID-19 patients.

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Self Care on the Front Lines of Coronavirus
Self Care on the Front Lines of Coronavirus

Physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists and the full complement of support staff at hospitals and clinics are battling coronavirus on the front lines. When caring for others, it's all too easy to forget to take care of yourself.

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Birmingham Laboratory in Forefront of COVID-19 Battle
Birmingham Laboratory in Forefront of COVID-19 Battle

Birmingham-based Assurance Scientific Laboratories was one of the first commercial labs in the United States to receive FDA clearance to test for COVID-19.

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Public Health in the COVID-19 Fight
Public Health in the COVID-19 Fight

COVID-19 has infected people in nearly every nation in the world. Italy, in particular, has been devastated, the virus overwhelming Italian hospitals where doctors were forced to triage patients.

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Question & Answer with E. Turner Overton, MD, Medical Director of the UAB 1917 HIV Outpatient Clinic
Question & Answer with E. Turner Overton, MD, Medical Director of the UAB 1917 HIV Outpatient Clinic
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NHS Works to Keep Vulnerable Nursing Population Safe
NHS Works to Keep Vulnerable Nursing Population Safe

The first COVID-19 shock to Americans happened in late February at a nursing facility in Washington state. With vulnerable populations in a communal setting, nursing homes could potentially be one of the most dangerous environments for the virus, and in fact, clusters have recently been found facilities in Louisiana, West Virginia, and Tennessee.

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UAB among U.S. Sites for New Clinical Trial for COVID-19 Treatment
UAB among U.S. Sites for New Clinical Trial for COVID-19 Treatment

The University of Alabama at Birmingham will take part in an NIH-sponsored global clinical trial to evaluate the safety and efficacy of novel therapeutic agents in hospitalized adult patients diagnosed with COVID-19.

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AlaHA Quality Improvement Efforts Bear Fruit
AlaHA Quality Improvement Efforts Bear Fruit

When the Alabama Hospital Association (AlaHA) joined forces six years ago with other state associations across the country under the umbrella of the American Hospital Association (AHA), they became recipients of a grant for hospital quality improvement, enabling them to hire a staff person to work with their member hospitals.

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National Nephrology Initiative Aims to Advance Kidney Care
National Nephrology Initiative Aims to Advance Kidney Care

Cardiology, oncology and many other areas of medicine have benefited from remarkable advances in recent years. However, for kidney patients the standards of care have remained much the same for decades.

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Sepsis: What patients don't know could kill them
Sepsis: What patients don't know could kill them

Teaching people to recognize signs of a heart attack, stroke and cancer has made a real difference in improving outcomes. However, one of the most common causes of death is something many people have never heard of--and even many physicians are surprised when they see the numbers in black and white.

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Antibiotic Stewardship in Alabama
Antibiotic Stewardship in Alabama

Last year, the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) investigated two Acinetobacter baumannii cases in one facility. Resistant to nearly all antibiotics, including the powerful carbapenem class, this bacteria tends to occur in patients in intensive care units.

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UAB Research Team Develops Compound being used to Treat Novel Coronavirus
UAB Research Team Develops Compound being used to Treat Novel Coronavirus

The Antiviral Drug Discovery and Development Center (AD3C) at the University of Alabama at Birmingham has developed remdesivir, an investigational drug that is being used to treat select infected patients in the United States and in China who have been affected by the outbreak of novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV).

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