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It’s so obvious that exercise is a healthy habit that it almost goes without saying. Scientists have known for years that physical activity lowers the risk of cancer, heart disease, stroke and diabetes, among other benefits. What...
The University of Florida College of Medicine’s department of pediatrics has been awarded a nearly $1 million federal grant to expand telemedicine services and equipment among underserved and vulnerable populations. The $967,957...
Buying prescription drugs from other countries is one way some Americans have coped with rising drug prices. A new University of Florida study, published today in JAMA Network Open, finds that 1.5% percent of adults, or more than...
The COVID-19 crisis has abruptly changed our day-to-day routines. As some of our everyday activities resume, such as returning to work, many of us may face increased levels of anxiety. During the short video below, UF Health...
The 1Florida Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, or 1Florida ADRC, a University of Florida-organized consortium of leading research institutions aimed at making Alzheimer’s and related dementias treatable, preventable and one...
- Jill Pease • College of Public Health and Health Professions, College of Medicine, Department of Epidemiology • Jul 7, 2020
UF veterinarians successfully using new placenta-derived treatment for animals with severe bone lossBy Sarah Carey • University of Florida, UF Health, College of Veterinary Medicine • Jul 2, 2020
UF study finds some combinations of opioids and muscle relaxants are safe, others raise overdose riskBy Donovan Baltich • University of Florida, UF Health, College of Pharmacy • Jun 30, 2020
- Bill Levesque • College of Public Health and Health Professions, UF College of Nursing, University of Florida, UF Health, UF Health Shands Hospital • Jun 30, 2020
When a brainstem tumor almost took Mycah’s life, her UF Health pediatric neurosurgeon prepared a plan to save her.
Richard W. Moyer: To restore economy, we first must control pandemic
www.gainesville.com • Jul 8, 2020
Florida widow does not donate to husband, given organs of deceased husband
WhatsNew2Day • Jul 6, 2020
Polk experts: COVID-19 a special challenge for pregnant women
News Chief • Jul 6, 2020
Florida Should Reverse Course On Reopening, Health Expert Says
WUSF News - University of South Florida • Jul 6, 2020
Link Between Obesity and Dementia Gets Stronger
Physician's Weekly • Jul 6, 2020
HARNESSING GENOME EDITING FOR COVID-19 DRUG DISCOVERY
HealthCanal.com • Jul 6, 2020
Achievers: Group produces nasal swabs for COVID-19 testing
Gainesville.com • Jul 6, 2020
University of North Florida to develop ‘MedNexus’
Jax Daily Record • Jul 6, 2020
Coronavirus in Jacksonville: What you need to know for Monday, July 6
Jacksonville.com • Jul 6, 2020
Rare inflammatory condition affects some kids with COVID-19
Indiana Gazette • May 12, 2020
Your phone or laptop can keep you entertained or boost work productivity, but it might also have an unintended consequence: premature aging. Now, research shows the potential culprit is blue-wavelength light, which beams out of electronic screens and some household fixtures, new research shows....
Falling birth rate in the U.S. is reason for concern
Jul 6, 2020
Some baby food may contain fewer dark green vegetables
Jul 3, 2020
Aerobics good for muscles and mind
Jul 2, 2020
Plants contain a number of chemicals, many of which are used for medication and as therapeutic agents for animals and humans. However, ingestion of the wrong chemical, or of certain chemicals in high doses, can have dangerous consequences. Not all plants are dangerous, but in Florida, and...
Jun 30, 2020
Viral Immunology in Animals: the Mechanisms of Disease Defenses
Jun 26, 2020
Preparing your Pet for Summer Vacation – Original air: April 19, 2019
Jun 19, 2020