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University of Florida Health today unveiled at The Oaks Mall the region’s premier surgical center for eye and ear, nose and throat patients, a landmark project for Florida’s top-rated health system that is a culmination of years...
University of Florida Health researchers have found a significant association between perceived discrimination and worsening severity of a health condition known as metabolic syndrome in African Americans. “We found that African...
A man who battled back from COVID-19 only to face a life-threatening crisis when his lungs began to fail has become the first person in the Southeast to receive a double-lung transplant after beating the coronavirus, thanks to...
University of Florida Health Shands Hospital emerged as Florida’s top health center and one of the nation’s elite in the U.S. News & World Report’s 2020-21 Best Hospitals survey, with a remarkable nine medical specialties...
Media contact: Ken Garcia at firstname.lastname@example.org or 352-273-9799 David P. Norton, Ph.D., has spent nearly a decade building a collaborative, leading-edge research environment at the University of Florida. But as the number...
- Doug Bennett • University of Florida, UF Health, College of Medicine, Department of Pathology, Immunology, and Laboratory Medicine, Department of Medicine • Jul 22, 2020
- UF Health, Jacksonville College of Medicine, College of Pharmacy, Department of Emergency Medicine, UF Health Jacksonville • Jul 16, 2020
- Jill Pease • College of Public Health and Health Professions • Jul 14, 2020
- Bill Levesque • University of Florida, UF Health, Department of Pediatrics • Jul 9, 2020
Staying hydrated is essential in Florida's summer months, when the heat index can often reach triple digits. Dehydration can cause...READ MORE
Blood tests for Alzheimer’s: 2 neuroscientists explain the recent findings
News Karnataka • Jul 31, 2020
UF Health Shands has successful double-lung transplant on COVID-19 survivor
News4JAX • Jul 31, 2020
Health experts to weigh in on county, school district decisions
The Independent Alligator • Jul 31, 2020
Local infectious disease experts to discuss the reopening of schools
WCJB • Jul 31, 2020
What Scientists Know About How Children Spread COVID-19
Smithsonian.com • Jul 24, 2020
Mortality High in Patients with Psychogenic Nonepileptic Seizures
Physician's Weekly • Jul 24, 2020
Florida Parent And Teachers Ask If It’s Safe To Go Back To School As COVID-19 Cases Rise
WUFT • Jul 24, 2020
The high COVID-19 positivity rate of students on UF’s website is misleading
The Independent Florida Alligator • Jul 24, 2020
UF Researchers Develop Risk Score to Predict Deaths from Heart Attacks, Stroke in Every U.S. County
The Business Report of North Central Florida • Jul 24, 2020
COVID-19: 81 new cases, one Alachua County death Thursday
Gainesville.com • Jul 24, 2020
Need a hug? Take a lesson from science: The perfect cuddle is not too tight, not too soft. It’s somewhere in the middle. Scientists at Toho University in Japan took up this cuddling question. They looked at the preferences of infants and their parents. Researchers were able to measure the...
We’ve all heard stories about canine loyalty and uncommon rescues, but only recently have these traits undergone scientific scrutiny. A recent study examined the rescue instincts of 60 canine companions. In each experiment, the dog’s owner was shut in a box, which closed with a door that the dog...