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UF Scripps Biomedical Research scientist Matthew Disney, Ph.D. has found yet another groundbreaking approach to a problem that has long vexed scientists: How to cure diseases by targeting key RNA. Until now, RNA has been an...
A University of Florida study sheds new light on the reason people who recover from a bout of severe COVID-19 are still at increased risk for death in the year after their recovery. The culprit may be high levels of inflammation...
UF Health Shands Hospital has been recognized among the nation’s elite facilities in maternal care excellence, according to the Best Maternity Hospitals 2022 list by Newsweek and Statista. Announced today, only the top 5.8% of...
Hearing that you have a life-threatening illness can be physically and emotionally challenging. And while great strides have been made in helping people with a terminal illness manage their physical symptoms toward the end of...
Thanks to a collaboration between the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine and Alachua County, students at the college have gained an opportunity for hands-on learning in the field of shelter medicine...
- Sarah Carey • UF Health, College of Veterinary Medicine • Apr 4, 2022
- Bill Levesque • UF Health • Mar 23, 2022
- Sarah Carey • UF Health • Mar 16, 2022
- Jill Pease • College of Public Health and Health Professions, University of Florida, UF Health • Mar 15, 2022
Marissa Valencia suddenly felt sick. Then, when she tried to speak, nothing that came out made sense. Her friend immediately called 911 to rush her to a nearby hospital. The scans revealed a brain tumor the size of a lemon.READ MORE
Runners are no strangers to significant injuries. It’s estimated that greater than 70% of all runners will experience an injury severe enough to...READ MORE
When the COVID-19 pandemic exploded across the globe, everything changed. One year later, we’re all adjusting to the new normal. Workers from across UF Health share the lessons they’ve learned during this trying time. See their stories and other important news from UF Health in this edition of The POST.
COVID-19 Cases On the Rise Again
WCTQ-FM • May 18, 2022
Oyster study committee to weigh ‘limited entry’
Apalachicola The Times • May 18, 2022
6 to Know: Local Hospital Updates Visitation Policy Amid COVID-19 Case Rise
NBC News Miami • May 18, 2022
Things I Wish I Knew Before I Got COVID
MSN UAE • May 18, 2022
Health Notes: Give blood, save lives
Citrus County Chronicle • May 18, 2022
Save Your Tooth Month Q&A with Dr. Samuel Low
DrBicuspid.com • May 18, 2022
Recurrent Stroke Risk High in AF, Even With Anticoagulants
Biz News Post • May 18, 2022
National baby formula shortage affecting families in Gainesville
The Gainesville Sun • May 18, 2022
India Education Diary • May 18, 2022
Researcher’s drug-discovery method promising against aggressive breast cancer
Medical Laboratory Observer • May 18, 2022
Older people who nap often during the day, take note: it may be a factor in developing dementia. Those who sleep at least once or for more than an hour during the day are 40% more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease than those who napped less often or for shorter periods. That’s what researchers...
Study: Darkness as we sleep is the heart’s friend
May 18, 2022
Lead exposure has caused diminished IQ scores
May 17, 2022
Language skills, learning may help reverse cognitive decline
May 16, 2022
Some of the most vulnerable victims of the war in Ukraine are animals that are captive in zoos and unable to escape the shelling. Before the war, the Feldman Ecopark Zoo in Kharkiv housed more than 5,000 animals. It has been directly targeted by Russia bombs, which have killed at least 100 animals...
Helping the animal victims of the war in Ukraine
May 17, 2022
Rehoming a pet can be a loving decision
May 16, 2022
Keep your eyes wide open when searching for a service dog
May 13, 2022