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UF Health Shands is building a 174-room hotel to provide convenient, high-quality accommodations for visiting outpatients and relatives of hospitalized patients. Construction of the six-story, 124,000-square-foot UF Health...
The National Cancer Institute has awarded a five-year, $16 million grant to establish a cancer health equity center at the University of Florida and partner institutions. The Florida-California Cancer Research, Education and...
UF researchers discover new use of stem cells that could clear path for immunotherapy in brain cancerBy Michelle Jaffee • Oct 17, 2018 • Video, Lead Story
University of Florida Health brain cancer researchers have discovered a new use of stem cells that could clear a revolutionary pathway to making immunotherapy drugs effective in treating brain cancer. “This is truly one of the...
A common and affordable Type 2 diabetes drug may someday have a new use in fighting vision loss, say University of Florida Health researchers who tested it in mouse models and found it slowed the loss of photoreceptors in the eye...
While the Gainesville area was spared a direct hit from Hurricane Michael, University of Florida Health has played a vital role in the disaster response. On Thursday afternoon, UF Health Shands Hospital received its first...
- Matthew Splett • University of Florida, UF Health, College of Pharmacy • Nov 13, 2018
- University of Florida, UF Health, UF Diabetes Institute • Oct 29, 2018
- Anna Suggs Hoffman • University of Florida, UF Health, College of Nursing • Oct 18, 2018
- Bill Levesque • Community Health & Family Medicine, University of Florida, UF Health, College of Public Health & Health Professions, College of Medicine, UF Diabetes Institute • Oct 17, 2018
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Has a depression skeptic ever told you that it’s all in your head? Well, as a matter of fact, it is.
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Patients May Avoid Diabetes with a Scoring System
Live Past 100 Well • Nov 13, 2018
Two minutes of walking counts for new Physical Activity Guidelines
UPI.com • Nov 13, 2018
DAAs reduce HCC, decompensation risk compared with no treatment
Healio • Nov 13, 2018
Study Aims to Find Key to Brain Health for ‘Super’ Aging Seniors
University of Miami • Nov 13, 2018
Common Diabetes Drug Slows Age-Related Vision Loss In Tests
The Optical Vision Site • Nov 13, 2018
Vigil held at UF for victims of California mass shooting
Gainesville.com • Nov 13, 2018
HPV Blood Test Shows Promise for Tracking Head and Neck Cancer After Treatment
Health News Digest • Oct 24, 2018
IBA announces Victoria Advisory Committee to define future of proton therapy
DOTmed.com • Oct 24, 2018
Clinical Study Shows DJO’s “Dual-Pivot” Knee Replacement Technology Reduces Patient Dissatisfaction, Improves Function and Activity Levels
BioSpace.com • Oct 24, 2018
RMTC Fully Accredits University Of Florida’s Racing Laboratory
PaulickReport • Oct 24, 2018
In your body, your “teeth bone” may be connected to your jawbone, but in health insurance, that’s not the case. As those who have health insurance know, you must buy another plan for dental coverage. Yet, most physicians recognize that your teeth are indeed not only part of your body, but have an...
Three steps everyone can take to help prevent suicide
Oct 30, 2018
Strawberries may improve IBD symptoms
Oct 29, 2018
Soccer players, take note of headers
Oct 26, 2018
How To Avoid Dietary Indiscretion In Pets Over The Holidays ARCHIVE: Original air-date, Nov. 19, 2011Nov 9, 2018
The holidays mean many things to many people, but almost always involve food not typically served in the household. While the temptation to allow our pets to indulge with us may be strong, it’s not generally a good idea, at least when it comes to certain types of food. Changes in diets, for pets as...