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Getting a vaccination against COVID-19 makes sense for just about everybody. Vaccines remain highly effective in preventing infection, severe disease and hospitalization. Unvaccinated Americans are 11 times more likely to die of...
Two University of Florida College of Nursing researchers earned a four-year $3 million grant to support a large national study to test the effect of a web-based educational tool that aims to help young adults understand sickle...
The University of Florida and UF Health on Tuesday announced an additional $25 million gift from the Lauren and Lee Fixel Family Foundation aimed at improving the lives of patients across the globe through the continued expansion...
For patients with eye cancer, University of Florida Health ophthalmology specialist Gibran S. Khurshid, M.D., is sowing seeds of hope. In Khurshid’s case, those seeds are tiny particles of radioactive iodine. Attached to a gold...
When a patient suffers a stroke, oxygen-starved brain cells begin dying within minutes. In these crucial moments, the brain produces a vital catalyst to protect itself and aid in recovery. That catalyst — an enzyme known as...
- Community Health & Family Medicine, UF Student Health Care Center, University of Florida, UF Health • Sep 20, 2021
- Doug Bennett • University of Florida, UF Health, College of Medicine, Department of Medicine, Emerging Pathogens Institute • Sep 14, 2021
- Kimberly Rose • UFIT and UF Health IT Services, University of Florida, UF Health, UF Health Shands Hospital, College of Medicine • Sep 9, 2021
- Sarah Carey • University of Florida, UF Health, College of Veterinary Medicine • Sep 9, 2021
September is Women in Medicine Month, a time to recognize the barrier-breaking female physicians,...READ MORE
After cancer surgery to remove his prostate about five years ago, Bernard Cancel faced a frustrating dilemma common to men in his situation — male...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.
Adults and children can get flu shot and COVID-19 vaccine
News4Jax • Sep 23, 2021
A Virus Expert Says She Still Wouldn't Go Here—Even With a Booster
Yahoo!life • Sep 23, 2021
College Students Are Facing Increased Mental Health Issues With The Return Of In-Person Classes
PBS • Sep 23, 2021
Health inequities in east Gainesville part of wider problem for African Americans
The Gainesville Sun • Sep 23, 2021
DeSantis announces new UF professor as Florida's next surgeon general
The Gainesville Sun • Sep 22, 2021
Florida Introduces New Surgeon General Who Says He's 'Done With Fear' Over COVID-19
First Coast Connect (WJCT-FM) • Sep 22, 2021
Past allergies should not dissuade people from COVID-19 vaccination
Medical Laboratory Observer • Sep 22, 2021
UF begins construction on state-of-the-art Student Health Care Center building
The Business Report • Sep 22, 2021
UF: Allergies shouldn’t prevent COVID vaccination
Main St Daily News • Sep 21, 2021
When Can Kids Get The COVID-19 Vaccine — And What Should Parents Know Now?
The Huffington Post - Blog • Sep 21, 2021
It’s a hurly-burly, fast-paced world of 24-hour news cycles and endless demands on our time, with workday tasks seemingly outnumbering the minutes of the day. It’s a wonder we get any sleep at all. So, what to do? Many of us embrace the American tradition of skimping on sleep during the week,...
Although advanced therapies have greatly enhanced the outcomes in pets with cancer, in some cases, treatment takes the form of palliation — defined as treating the symptoms of a disease or disorder, to maximize patient comfort, rather than attempting to cure it. On this show, Dr. Stacey Fox-...
After Surgery: Postoperative Care for Pets
Sep 17, 2021
Common Eye Problems in Pets (Archive from Aug. 13, 2016)
Sep 10, 2021
Wild Animal Anesthesia
Sep 3, 2021