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University of Florida and UF Health announce $12 million gift from Orlando business leader to launch brain tumor research initiativeBy Steve Orlando • Feb 22, 2019 • Lead Story
The University of Florida has received a $12 million gift from Orlando hotel magnate Harris Rosen and The Harris Rosen Foundation to advance innovative brain tumor immunotherapy research and care at UF Health and to launch an...
Additional Video Available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqkyhha_AX8 Patients who take new oral direct-acting antivirals for hepatitis C have lower risk for developing liver cancer and other health conditions, cost less...
Judy Jones was a little nervous telling her University of Florida Health surgeon about her ambitious goal. She underwent open heart surgery for a faulty heart valve on Sept. 7 of last year. Exactly eight weeks later, Judy planned...
University of Florida researchers develop artificial intelligence system for fast, accurate patient careBy Doug Bennett • Feb 18, 2019 • Video, Lead Story
In a hospital’s intensive care unit, doctors get a cascade of data about each patient’s condition that can be challenging to quickly organize and interpret. Now, University of Florida researchers have developed and successfully...
Six weeks after receiving a groundbreaking procedure performed by a University of Florida veterinarian to correct a rare eye abnormality, an endangered okapi calf is recuperating well at White Oak Conservation Foundation in Yulee...
- UF Health, Jacksonville College of Medicine, UF Health Jacksonville • Feb 14, 2019
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- Doug Bennett • College of Veterinary Medicine, College of Medicine • Jan 30, 2019
Targeting gut microbes to potentially make a blood pressure medication more effective is focus of new grantBy Doug Bennett • Communications, University of Florida, UF Health, College of Medicine, Department of Physiology and Functional Genomics • Jan 29, 2019
Depression impacts nearly 6.7 million adults in the United States, and the stress of the holidays can make that depression worse.
UF CARD offers free parent training program
WCJB TV-20 • Feb 20, 2019
Research finds reasons for sudden cardiac death in patients with stable ischemic disease
Medicalnewser • Feb 19, 2019
Intra-articular Agents in Knee OA: Treatment Options and Future Developments
Rheumatology Advisor • Feb 19, 2019
Art With More Heart
Jacksonville Moms Blog • Feb 19, 2019
Recent UF grad helped shape Alachua tobacco ordinance
Gainesville.com • Feb 19, 2019
How Social Media Can Advance Cancer Research
Forbes • Feb 18, 2019
New study outlines sex-specific issues in ischemic heart disease
Medicalnewser • Feb 18, 2019
New diagnostic test for malaria uses spit, not blood
Medicalnewser • Feb 18, 2019
Baby overcomes congenital heart disease
WCJB TV-20 • Feb 18, 2019
$94K fix for animal services? That’s the recommendation from county government staff
Ocala.com • Feb 18, 2019
Shhhh! You’ll want to hear this: A life full of chronic noise is bad for your heart. Living in a noisy environment, such as near an airport or a busy highway, appears to hike the risk of heart attack or stroke. That’s according to preliminary research recently presented to the American Heart...
Pet food advertising often emphasizes that dogs and cats are carnivores and should eat meat, but most pet foods — including those that emphasize meat as a prime ingredient — include some carbohydrate and fiber. We now recognize that fiber plays an important function in the intestine but...