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UF, University of Arizona explore using near-infrared light to improve brain function of older adultsBy Jill Pease • Oct 15, 2019 • Lead Story
A team of scientists at the University of Florida and the University of Arizona will investigate whether exposing older adults at risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease to near-infrared light may improve their cognition, mood and...
Traci Spray d’Auguste has been appointed chief operating officer for UF Health Shands, with responsibility for the operations of the Gainesville hospitals and hospital-based programs. D’Auguste will provide operational...
In the fight against high blood pressure and depression, there’s a new target being investigated by University of Florida Health researchers: gut bacteria. People with both conditions appear to have a distinct microbial profile...
A bacterium commonly found in fermented foods can be used to deliver therapeutic protein and prevent a common, sight-stealing diabetic complication in mice, University of Florida Health researchers have found. If clinical studies...
Leon Bain knows diabetes too well. He has Type 1, which means his pancreas produces little or no insulin. His brother died from the frightful complications of uncontrolled Type 1. His mother had Type 2 diabetes. So, when Bain...
- University of Florida, UF Health, College of Medicine, Department of Surgery • Oct 14, 2019
- Jacksonville College of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, Department of Psychiatry, UF Health Jacksonville • Oct 11, 2019
- College of Public Health and Health Professions, University of Florida, UF Health, College of Dentistry • Oct 2, 2019
- College of Public Health and Health Professions, University of Florida, UF Health, College of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy, College of Medicine, Institute for Child Health Policy, Department of Health Outcomes and Policy, Department of Anesthesiology, Clinical and Translational Science Institute • Oct 1, 2019
Sepsis, the body’s reaction to an infection, can lead to tissue damage, organ failure...READ MORE
After 20 years in the military and 18 years in the United Nations, including four peacekeeping missions, retired Army veteran Chris Maxfield faced...READ MORE
Most BARC dogs will be spared
The Palestine Herald-Press • Oct 15, 2019
World Renowned Experts Appointed to Skyhawk Therapeutics Scientific Advisory Board
Fox 21 Delmarva • Oct 15, 2019
Former UF Health surgeon dies at 93
WCJB TV-20 • Oct 15, 2019
Scientists map Florida panther genome
Tampa Bay Times • Oct 10, 2019
National effort to focus on mapping human body on cellular level
Purdue University • Oct 10, 2019
New study supports nervous system's role in age-related weakness
Medical Xpress • Oct 10, 2019
Florida gets $58 million grant from CDC to fight opioid crisis
Clay Today • Oct 10, 2019
Female Adolescent Suicide Rates Are Increasing According to UF Study
Her Campus • Oct 8, 2019
The Problem With Suggesting Exercise For Depression
MSN Malaysia • Oct 8, 2019
Study shows why people hesitate to give CPR, women less likely to receive it
CW34 • Oct 8, 2019
Our nation continues to be in the grip of a massive opioid crisis. According to national statistics, at least 130 people died each day in 2017 and 2018 from opioid-related overdoses, with no end in sight. How can we stop this tragedy? For years, medical marijuana supporters have argued that...
Some say our pets mirror our souls. They just might reflect our physical and mental health, too. Pets and their parents share the same home and lots of time, so if a person smokes, his cat may develop asthma. Similarly, if you eat processed food and don’t exercise much, it’s likely your dog does...
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Vomiting in Dogs: What it Means, When to Worry (original air-date Nov. 30, 2018)
Oct 11, 2019