University of Alabama at Birmingham Neurosurgeon, Dr. James Markert, author of the textbook Glioblastoma Multiforme, discusses research trials on the treatment of malignant gliomas (cancerous brain tumors) presently being conducted at UAB.
Holiday shopping. We start out with good intentions, but very quickly we seem to overspend. In fact, Americans rack up millions in debt every holiday season. UAB Psychologiest, Dr. Josh Klapow shows a simple strategy for staying within budget.
UAB Psychologist Dr. Josh Klapow talks about how avoid stress during the holiday season.
UAB Psychologist Dr. Josh Klapow talks about how to avoid the holiday blues.
UAB Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Joseph Khoury explains the process of Mehta casting and how it is used to treat infantile scoliosis.
UAB Psychologist Dr. Josh Klapow shows us the three R's of managing anger.
UAB Grad Student Chelsea Umbach attends class from her hospital bed while awaiting a heart/lung transplant. Thanks to English Professor Flowers Braswell, organ transplantation is no excuse for tardiness...
The UAB ER rap was concepted and created by ER nurses for a National Nurses' Week contest and celebration. UAB nurses and other staff members are featured in the video.
UAB Psychologist Dr. Josh Klapow gives us tips for helping young children cope with a family emergency.
The physicians at UAB saved Susie's life with a series of investigational, breakthrough medical treatments. The Pulmonary Hypertension Clinic at UAB is one of the preeminent clinics of its type in the country.
In 2000, Susie Dodson was diagnosed with a rare type of pulmonary hypertension called pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH). UAB was there to help.
Psoriasis is a painful skin disease that affects more than seven million Americans. See how UAB is helping so many who suffer with this skin disorder.
UAB Clinical Trial seeks to show children younger than seven with moderate amblyopia or "lazy eye" will improve their condition equally well with dilating drops as with an eye patch.
New technology makes giving the gift of life easier on the donor.
UAB Psychologist Dr. Josh Klapow shows us how to keep the fast food habit in check.
UAB Psychologist Dr. Josh Klapow shows us how to keep our motivation high.
TMJ disorders affect more than 50 percent of the population. It can cause pain and can even affect speech and chewing. For some patients, joint replacement is the only cure.
Angie Ballenger, B.S.N., talks about what makes UAB Hospital such a unique environment work.