UF Health Inspire
Stories of hope and healing beyond the medicine
Alachua County sheriffs are highly trained in firearms and diligent about safety precautions, but mixing in a medical emergency during shooting practice took everyone by surprise....
A tragic death of a donor saved Jeff's life; when that kidney fails years later, an unexpected second donor seals his bond to an incredible family.
Following an early morning car crash on an isolated country road, Nikia waited for hours with a fence post penetrating her chest.
March is National Athletic Training Month, and we caught up with Jason Vereb, M.S., A.T.C., L.A.T., who joined the University of Florida in 2019...READ MORE
Approximately 34.2 million Americans have diabetes and approximately 88 million Americans have prediabetes, according to the Centers for Disease...READ MORE
Chronic kidney disease doesn’t always come with warning signs or symptoms. To one University of Florida Health physician, it is a silent killer....READ MORE
Despite so many waiting anxiously for the arrival of COVID-19 vaccines, many others are hesitant to get inoculated, even as more vaccines gain...READ MORE