UF Health opens new center to help those with autism and neurodevelopmental disabilities

By Michelle Jaffee • Feb 20, 2020 • Lead Story

For more information, please contact Ken Garcia at kdgarcia@ufl.edu or 352-273-9799. University of Florida Health today cut the ribbon on its new Center for Autism and Neurodevelopment, a multidisciplinary, collaborative facility...

Dr. Duane Mitchell talks to the audience at the Remission Summit

12 leading medical centers unite to form brain tumor research collaborative

By Todd Taylor • Feb 19, 2020 • Lead Story

Today, the UF Health-led ReMission Alliance Against Brain Tumors announced the names of 12 partner institutions from across the U.S. and Canada that are teaming up to develop novel treatments to vastly improve quality of life and...

Depression can be identified using gut bacteria, University of Florida Health researchers find

By Doug Bennett • Feb 13, 2020 • Lead Story

There’s a new ally in the effort to help people living with depression: gut bacteria. People with depression have distinct intestinal microbes that differ from those without the disorder, University of Florida Health researchers...

Christopher A. Harle named UF Health chief research information officer

Feb 3, 2020 • Faculty Profiles, Lead Story

Christopher A. Harle, Ph.D., has been named chief research information officer for UF Health. In this role, Dr. Harle will provide leadership around operations and governance of information technology that support research...

UF study finds retired NFL players’ thoughts about pain may be more significant than the pain itself

By Jill Pease • Jan 30, 2020 • Lead Story

NFL retirees who worry excessively about their pain or believe it will never get better, also known as pain catastrophizing, are more likely to have moderate to severe depressive symptoms and poor physical and mental health-...

Hope & Healing Blog

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In July 2019, staff wheeled Maurice (Moe) Ricks into surgery to prep him to receive a new heart and kidney, which were on a plane to Gainesville,...READ MORE

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Health In A Heartbeat

An ode to the sweet potato, a natural wonder

Feb 25, 2020

We Americans sure do love our spuds! Whether they are chips, French fries, baked or boiled with corned beef and cabbage on St. Paddy’s Day, white potatoes are a big part of many household menus. But they can pack a dietary gut punch. These starches can play havoc with blood sugar levels, especially...

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Wobbly Cats and Dogs: Why Are They Dizzy?

Feb 21, 2020

Have you noticed your dog or cat walking with an unsteady gait and looking like they have vertigo? Chances are, if you’ve noticed any type of imbalance in your furry friend, something is medically wrong and a trip to the veterinarian is in order. On this show, Dr. Sheila Carrera-Justiz, a...