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UF Health and Shriners Hospitals for Children have forged a unique relationship that will have a meaningful impact for children with musculoskeletal problems. The two institutions announced in October that Shriners Hospitals for...
Online version with high-res image available here: https://pharmacy.ufl.edu/2019/11/05/uf-study-finds-fda-strategy-cuts-fetal-exposure-to-harmful-immunosuppressive-drug-but-risks-remain/ University of Florida researchers...
Graciela Lorca, Ph.D., was part of a University of Florida Health research team that discovered about a decade ago that something was amiss in the guts of diabetic rats. Their intestinal tracts, which like humans are teaming with...
For decades, chronic back pain dominated Felix Favicchio’s life. On most nights, sleep came fitfully. Simply lying in bed brought searing torment. His days weren’t much better. “On a good day, I would try to get up and do...
Few patients were as sick as teenager Andy Herrera when he arrived at UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital in early 2018 for a heart transplant. He was on a type of heart-bypass that took over the functions of his heart for more...
- Doug Bennett • University of Florida, UF Health, College of Medicine, Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology, Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology • Nov 12, 2019
- Doug Bennett • University of Florida, UF Health, College of Veterinary Medicine, College of Medicine, UF Health Cancer Center • Nov 7, 2019
- Jill Pease • University of Florida, UF Health, College of Public Health & Health Professions, College of Medicine • Nov 4, 2019
- Bill Levesque • University of Florida, UF Health, College of Medicine, Division of Cardiology • Oct 29, 2019
Everybody knows about the people who treat kids’ illnesses, but what about those who keep their spirits up? Some of the patients at...READ MORE
State of the Art Approach for Optimizing Patients Prior to TAVR
Protected PCI Community • Sep 17, 2019
Diabetes conference in Naples brings slate of experts in research and care
Naples Daily News • Oct 30, 2019
A Trial For Kids At Risk Of Type 1 Diabetes Was Scaled Back, Leaving Families In Limbo
KMUW - Wichita Public Radio • Oct 30, 2019
First Ebola vaccine moves closer to licensing, with help of UF researchers
The Business Report of North Central Florida • Oct 30, 2019
'Tyler's Hope Foundation' holds 13th 'Hope Weekend
WCJB-TV20 • Oct 28, 2019
Editorial: Age change will help curb youth vaping
Gainesville.com • Oct 28, 2019
Food addiction is pervasive among psychiatric patients
MDedge • Oct 24, 2019
Bayer Announces Recipients of the Pulmonary Hypertension Accelerated Bayer (PHAB) Awards at CHEST Annual Meeting 2019
FOX 40 WICZ TV • Oct 22, 2019
Dr. Gibbs on Predicting Response to Treatment in Osteosarcoma
OncLive • Oct 22, 2019
Using the gut-brain connection to impact brain health and disease
Bright Surf • Oct 22, 2019
Something we often take for granted, something as basic as light, may help protect our hearts. Researchers from the University of Colorado say a week of exposure to intense light therapy led to better healing among mice who suffered cardiac tissue damage. A main cause of such damage is the lack of...
Erosion of mental acuity in older workers linked to poor health
Nov 11, 2019
Add the flu shot to your to-do list
Nov 8, 2019
Many patients withhold crucial information from doctors
Nov 7, 2019
Your dog’s collar — it’s just a place to hang tags and a way to grab your pooch on the fly, right? Well, there’s a lot more to consider with collars. The fit needs to be just right. That means you should only be able to fit your thumb between the collar and your dog’s neck. If the collar’s too...
Salt lamps can endanger curious pets
Nov 8, 2019
How to Avoid Dietary Indiscretion in Pets Over the Holidays
Nov 8, 2019
The “why” behind the Coggins test
Nov 7, 2019