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Reimagining Residency
Reimagining Residency

The AMA has spent the last several years accelerating change in medical education. Now the time has come to reimagine residency as the national organization works to transform physician training & practice.

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UAB Offers Single-Port Robotic Surgery
UAB Offers Single-Port Robotic Surgery

The University of Alabama at Birmingham recently acquired a new da Vinci SPĀ® Single Port Surgical System, approved by the FDA for urological procedures. UAB is the only institution in Alabama and one of only two in the southeast with this innovative, state-of-the-art technology.

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Accessing the Spectrum of Quality Care
Accessing the Spectrum of Quality Care

With the ACOG meeting ... and her year of presidency ... just wrapped, Dr. Lisa M. Hollier, MD, MPH, FACOG shares reflections on the past year and the state of women's health.

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Women Are Different
Women Are Different

Not so long ago, medical studies often focused on recruiting men. Those participants tended to be Caucasian.

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The Cyclotron Arrives at UAB
The Cyclotron Arrives at UAB

The weight equivalent of 13 African elephants, the 90-ton cyclotron for the UAB proton therapy initiative was lowered through the roof of the three-story facility in March and marks the beginning of the final stage before treatments can be offered next January.

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Children's Vestibular and Balance Clinic
Children's Vestibular and Balance Clinic

Vestibular and balance problems, like most medical conditions, are easier managed the earlier they are diagnosed.

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UAB Patient First in Alabama to get Deep Brain Stimulation for Epilepsy
UAB Patient First in Alabama to get Deep Brain Stimulation for Epilepsy
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Home Dialysis Can Be Life Changing for End Stage Renal Patients
Home Dialysis Can Be Life Changing for End Stage Renal Patients

End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD), or permanent kidney failure, affects almost 750,000 people per year in the United States, and the patient population is increasing by five percent each year.

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Ending the Allergy March
Ending the Allergy March

"Each rising generation is appearing to be more allergic than the next," says John Anderson, MD, an allergist with Alabama Allergy.

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Allergen Immunotherapy
Allergen Immunotherapy

Allergen immunotherapy (AIT), also known as allergy shots, have been around for over 100 years. This treatment not only creates a long-term tolerance for a specific allergen, but can stop both the development of new sensitivities and the allergic march.

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Severe Asthma Disparities
Severe Asthma Disparities

A recent study found racial disparities in ED usage for severe asthma become statistically insignificant when factoring out socioeconomic elements, paving the way for more emphasis on differences in community than biology.

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The Biggest Threats to Public Health
The Biggest Threats to Public Health

Noted public health expert Dr. William Schaffner shares insights on three of his top public health threats.

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New Access Standards for Veterans to Receive Community Care
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Precision Medical Serves as Team Physicians for Birmingham Iron
Precision Medical Serves as Team Physicians for Birmingham Iron

When pro football arrived in Birmingham this spring, they needed team physicians trained to treat the injuries from multi-hundred-pound men crashing into each other for hours at a time.

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UAB Telemedicine for Stroke Care
UAB Telemedicine for Stroke Care

Every minute an embolism blocks blood-flow to your brain, 1.9 million oxygen-starved neurons can die.

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MILD Shows Promise for Relief from Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Pain
MILD Shows Promise for Relief from Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Pain

A relatively new procedure is showing promise for patients suffering from lumbar spinal stenosis, according to Scott Kendrick, MD with Southside Pain Specialists.

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Saving Brain Cells with Neuro-Endovascular Intervention
Saving Brain Cells with Neuro-Endovascular Intervention

A complex network of arteries and vessels supply the oxygen-rich blood that nourishes the millions of neurons that make human thought possible. This is also where clots that block this blood- flow trigger the ischemic crisis that causes 80 percent of strokes.

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Migraine Therapy Available at New Brookwood Infusion Suite
Migraine Therapy Available at New Brookwood Infusion Suite

Migraine headaches affect 10 percent of the world's population and are most common in women. This neurological disease can be extremely debilitating with intense pain, nausea and vomiting, and increased sensitivity to light or noise.

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Finding Grace in Times of Trouble
Finding Grace in Times of Trouble

Everyone needs grace during difficult times. With that in mind, Jason Carroll and John Burdett founded Red Mountain Grace, a non-profit dedicated to providing housing for families whose loved ones are hospitalized in the Birmingham area.

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Violence in U.S. Emergency Departments on the Rise
Violence in U.S. Emergency Departments on the Rise

By their very nature, emergency departments are high-stakes settings filled with vulnerable patients and frightened families. Increasingly, they are also high-risk settings for healthcare providers.

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Small Towns, Big Fight for Continued Access to Care
Small Towns, Big Fight for Continued Access to Care

Cuts and reimbursement changes have led to increased hospital closures in rural America, but the National Rural Health Association is working diligently to educate lawmakers on the vital role these facilities play in keeping a community healthy and vibrant.

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Brantley Performs Alabama's First Eluvia Stent Procedure
Brantley Performs Alabama's First Eluvia Stent Procedure

The same processes that cause dangerous narrowing of the blood vessels that supply the heart can also cause damage in other parts of the body.

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New Products Help Hemophilia Patients
New Products Help Hemophilia Patients

Hemophilia is a rare, inherited bleeding disorder in which the blood does not clot normally. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, these patients bleed for a longer time than other people following an injury. The also can bleed internally.

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Grandview Electrophysiology Lab
Grandview Electrophysiology Lab

When Grandview Medical Center opened its doors in 2015, their new electrophysiology program began with one lab.

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Cardiovascular Associates Tops National Enrollment in Trial for PAD Relief
Cardiovascular Associates Tops National Enrollment in Trial for PAD Relief

Birmingham's Cardiovascular Associates has become the highest enrolling site in North America for the Surmodics TRANSCEND drug-coated balloon (DCB) trial.

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