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The Impact of Behavior on Health Status, Longevity in the Southeast
The Impact of Behavior on Health Status, Longevity in the Southeast

United Health Foundation's annual America's Health Rankings® report explores state rankings on 35 health measures. How did Alabama fare?

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Functional Medicine Offers Surprising Outcomes
Functional Medicine Offers Surprising Outcomes

A 55-year-old man with peripheral neuropathy taking three diabetes medications came to Farah Sultan, MD, a primary care physician in Birmingham, fed up and in pain. Within six weeks, his blood sugar had stabilized enough that he quit all his diabetes prescriptions along with his medications for blood pressure, pain, depression, and cholesterol.

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Verapamil May Reverse Type 1 Diabetes
Verapamil May Reverse Type 1 Diabetes

Adult patients needed for UAB clinical trial

 

UAB researchers have found a way to reverse type 1 diabetes in animal models. Now they need adults aged 19 to 45 years diagnosed with type 1 diabetes to participate in the clinical trial.
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Perchance to Dream
Perchance to Dream

Sleep Disturbances in Seniors Complicate Health Issues

Is grandmother becoming forgetful or is she just tired?

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AHA Outlines Top 10 Advances in 2012 Research
AHA Outlines Top 10 Advances in 2012 Research
Promising Basic Science, New Devices, Improved Protocols & Prevention Hold the Potential to Upgrade Outcomes

The science, basic understanding, and treatment protocols of cardiovascular disease and stroke have come light years in a matter of decades. Yet, heart disease remains the number one killer of both men and women in America and stroke, a leading cause of disability...

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