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An unexpected ability of cells to bend metal determines the safety of silver nanowires — highly conductive nanomaterials a thousand times thinner than a human hair that are being used in next-generation touchscreens for...
UF Health researchers sifting through millions of electronic health records found evidence that nine drugs already being used to treat other health conditions may also have the potential to improve cancer survival. The...
On Sept. 1, renowned neurogeneticist Matthew Farrer, Ph.D., internationally recognized for his work on the genetics of Parkinson’s disease, will join UF Health, the University of Florida’s academic health center. Farrer will be...
UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital nationally ranked in five specialties, makes big gains in threeBy Doug Bennett • Jun 18, 2019 • Lead Story
University of Florida Health Shands Children’s Hospital has been nationally ranked in five medical specialties, making significant gains in three areas — pediatric cancer, cardiology and heart surgery, and diabetes/endocrinology...
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- UF Health, College of Public Health & Health Professions, College of Medicine, Institute for Child Health Policy, Department of Biostatistics, Emerging Pathogens Institute, Clinical and Translational Science Institute • Jul 10, 2019
- Rossana Passaniti • UF Health Shands Hospital • Jun 20, 2019
- Michelle Jaffee • Neurosurgery, Department of Neurology, McKnight Brain Institute • Jun 18, 2019
- University of Florida, UF Health, UF Diabetes Institute • Jun 17, 2019
UF Health forensic medicine director joins national committee to combat emerging drug threats
The Business Report of North Central Florida • Jul 3, 2019
Flesh-eating bacteria kills Florida woman two weeks after a walk on the beach
Gainesville.com • Jul 3, 2019
New mother had epidural stuck in her spine for 4 days
FOX 5 DC • Jul 2, 2019
How Sleep Deprivation Changes Your Brain, According To Experts
Bustle • Jul 1, 2019
Sitting in front of TV may be worse for health than desk job
The Star Online • Jul 1, 2019
Electronic health records cannot replace a doctor who knows you
KevinMD.com - Blog • Jul 1, 2019
Do supplements benefit brain health? Neurologist, citing study, says no.
Inquirer.com • Jul 1, 2019
Overweight Florida cat gets sent to fat camp
New York Post • Jun 28, 2019
30 ways to keep your pets safe from common summer dangers
WBAL.TV.com • Jun 28, 2019
Catching up with Corey Brewer: Back with ‘family’
Goatorsports.com • Jun 28, 2019
Petting zoos may have more critters than you realize, and some aren’t cute and cuddly. The zoos are sometimes home to multidrug-resistant bacteria that can be passed on to visitors. Researchers at Ariel University in Israel studied eight petting zoos at random throughout their country, taking body...
Is a life without pain possible, or even preferable?
Jul 15, 2019
Newly described genetic variants curb appetite
Jul 12, 2019
Millennials’ health is worse than Gen Xers’
Jul 11, 2019
Marine animals are in a fight for their lives — and the deadliest foe may be plastic. In a recent study of more than 17 hundred seabirds that died, over 25 percent of the mortalities were associated with eating plastic, especially balloons. Plastics are equally deadly in large marine animals. This...