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Practicing with Precision
Practicing with Precision

Precision medicine holds great promise to tailor treatment in a manner that maximizes outcomes, yet a number of barriers exist that hinder the rapidly growing discipline's integration into daily practice.

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Finding Balance
Finding Balance

One 80-year-old fractures a hip, which triggers a physical decline that leads to an early death. Another octogenarian still enjoys golf and tennis. What is the difference? Staying healthy--and a big part of that is maintaining healthy vestibular function.

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Virtual Care In Alabama: Greater Access and Lower Cost

Telehealth hit a bump in its road to progress when the Office of Inspector General released the April 2018 Audit reporting errors in telehealth claims.

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Urology Centers Invest in Employees through Wellness Program
Urology Centers Invest in Employees through Wellness Program

Jason Biddy, CEO of Urology Centers of Alabama, and Alisa Pugh, director of human resources, had a problem. Insurance costs for the practice were climbing and the health of the 185 employees was not as good as they wanted to see.

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New all-in-one GI Endoscopy Center opens at St. Vincent's Birmingham
New all-in-one GI Endoscopy Center opens at St. Vincent's Birmingham

With the opening of its new GI endoscopy center, St. Vincent's Birmingham now boasts a 20,768-square-foot facility with all general and interventional endoscopy services in one location.

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Too Much Screen Time Can Harm a Child's Health
Too Much Screen Time Can Harm a Child's Health

Millions of children use digital devices - computers, cell phones, televisions - for three or more hours a day for education and recreation. Studies show that too much screen time is causing physical and psychological issues in young people.

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Education Critical in Effort to Solve Antibiotic Resistance
Education Critical in Effort to Solve Antibiotic Resistance

As an associate professor in the Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at UAB and practicing physician at Children's of Alabama, Shannon Ross, MD has seen her share of patients with antibiotic resistance.

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Children's Opens Psychiatric Telephone Response Center
Children's Opens Psychiatric Telephone Response Center

Local emergency rooms are becoming front and center in what health care providers are calling a mental health crisis for children and adolescents.

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Accounting for ACE to Maximize Outcomes in Pediatric Patients
Accounting for ACE to Maximize Outcomes in Pediatric Patients

From adverse traumatic experiences to ongoing toxic stress, childhood traumas often play a role in adult physical, mental and emotional health.

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Building on BUILD Health
Building on BUILD Health

In a new report from the de Beaumont Foundation, health system executives weigh in on working outside their facilities' four walls to impact community health.

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A Simple Solution Can Help Prevent Surgical Site Infections
A Simple Solution Can Help Prevent Surgical Site Infections

Surgical site infections cost the health care community billions of dollars each year in the United States and account for approximately 22 percent of all hospital-acquired infections.

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Before Stage Four
Before Stage Four

Providers wouldn't wait to intervene with breast cancer until it had become metastatic. Yet, delayed reaction is too often the case when it comes to suicide prevention efforts.

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Turning Back Time with Advances in Cosmetic Dermatology
Turning Back Time with Advances in Cosmetic Dermatology

Looking forward to living longer is one of the great things about life in the age of modern medicine. However, most of us probably hope to look younger longer too.

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Why Are Depression And Suicide Rates Higher In Alabama?
Why Are Depression And Suicide Rates Higher In Alabama?

Celebrity suicides by people who seemed to have everything have reminded us that depression and suicidal impulses can be as lethal as any physical disease.

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Painful Total Knee Replacement
Painful Total Knee Replacement

It's an exciting time in orthopaedic surgery and total joint replacement surgery is considered one of the most successful and rewarding procedures performed.

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Physician Focuses on Osteoporosis Care
Physician Focuses on Osteoporosis Care

A love of physics influenced Chris Heck, MD when choosing his medical specialty.

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 UAB Counseling Clinic Provides Affordable Mental Health Care
UAB Counseling Clinic Provides Affordable Mental Health Care

More than 1,000 people seeking low-cost mental health services have been served by the UAB Community Counseling Clinic since its creation in 2011.

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We're #51
We're #51
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Dealing with Violent Patients
Dealing with Violent Patients

Last month, a patient came into the Internal Medicine Specialists for his appointment. A middle-aged, average man, he'd been coming to the practice for several years. And he was a tinderbox.

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Reconstructive Medicine Helps Patients Reclaim Their Self Image
Reconstructive Medicine Helps Patients Reclaim Their Self Image

In an instant on a slippery interstate, the face you expect to see in the mirror every morning could change.

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Finding the Sweet Spot in Aesthetic Medicine
Finding the Sweet Spot in Aesthetic Medicine

Patients want to 'look natural,' but what does that mean? Noted Chicago plastic surgeon, professor, researcher, and author Dr. Steven Dayan offers insight on his vision for the four dimensions of beauty.

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USPSTF Issues Final Recommendation on PSA-Based Screening
USPSTF Issues Final Recommendation on PSA-Based Screening

Does PSA-based screening for prostate cancer do more harm than good? While the USPSTF has released final recommendations for routine screening, the answer really remains an individualized decision.

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New Procedure Offers More Affordable Treatment for Infertility
New Procedure Offers More Affordable Treatment for Infertility

A new device, the INVOcell, is now available for many women seeking infertility treatment at one-third of the cost of traditional in vitro fertilization.

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Grandview Cancer Center Opens
Grandview Cancer Center Opens

The new Grandview Cancer Center opened with a ribbon cutting May 31st.

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Increasing Number of Women Diagnosed with Lung Cancer
Increasing Number of Women Diagnosed with Lung Cancer

Pulmonologist Sandra Gilley, MD says that COPD and lung cancer are a very real risk for women. And she wants physicians to be aware of the current screening recommendations.

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