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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 Heads Two New National Rehab Research Centers

"The challenge of this is not only building the center, but attracting users across the national community and for them to become aware of what we have to offer," says Marcas Bamman, PhD, director of the new REACT Center and MR3 Network Coordinating Center at UAB.

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UAB, Lakeshore Foundation and DOD Join Forces to Aid Veterans

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What’s going on?

How much do we really know about the causes of diabetes?

In the popular media, the story is simple. People eat too much and exercise too little. They gain weight. They get diabetes.

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