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Renowned neuroscientists to join UF Health, propel discovery of treatments for neurological diseasesBy Todd Taylor • Mar 18, 2019 • Lead Story
Three renowned neuroscientists from top U.S. research institutions will join the newly established Norman Fixel Institute for Neurological Diseases at UF Health, a world-class medical hub at the University of Florida focused on...
A new study by University of Florida researchers questions the accuracy of the criteria used by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to identify patients at risk of opioid abuse and overdose. The CMS launched its...
The University of Florida College of Medicine made substantial gains in its primary care ranking while remaining the No. 1 overall medical school in Florida and again securing a place among the nation’s best medical schools in U....
The National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease, also known as WomenHeart, has honored Carl J. Pepine, M.D., MACC, a cardiologist and professor of medicine in the UF College of Medicine, with the Wegner Award for Excellence...
A new study by University of Florida Health researchers finds that Hispanics, as well as the elderly and people with diabetes, have a higher risk of developing liver cancer. Ali Zarrinpar, M.D., Ph.D., an associate professor of...
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- Doug Bennett • UF Health, UF Health Shands Hospital, UF Health Jacksonville • Feb 27, 2019
- Sarah Carey • UF Health, College of Veterinary Medicine • Feb 27, 2019
- UF Health, UF Health Shands Hospital • Feb 27, 2019
For some older adults, a low-dose aspirin has been a daily staple of life to prevent a heart attack or stroke. Now, the American College of...READ MORE
Integrative medicine may be an unfamiliar concept among patients and arguably an underutilized treatment option for an array of medical conditions...READ MORE
Degrees and diversity: How UF compares in each college
The Independent Alligator • Mar 18, 2019
UF’s Match Day sends docs on journey
The Gainesville Sun • Mar 18, 2019
Outdoor cats needed for bright-collar study
The Gainesville Sun • Mar 18, 2019
UF Researchers Find Link Between Demographics and Liver Cancer
Science and Technology Research News • Mar 13, 2019
As Scientists Probe the Mystery of How Newborns Develop Immunity, Order Rises from the Chaos
Scientific American • Mar 13, 2019
University of Florida Researchers Develop Artificial Intelligence System for Fast, Accurate Patient Care
The Business Report of North Central Florida • Mar 13, 2019
Patient appreciates UF Health's pet therapy
WCJB TV-20 • Mar 13, 2019
UF Health Shands Earns National Recognition for Trauma Care
The Business Report of North Central Florida • Mar 12, 2019
Good News: UF Health makes the grade
Jacksonville.com • Mar 12, 2019
Rises and falls: How UF graduate programs fair in U.S. News and World Report
The Independent Florida Alligator • Mar 12, 2019
Nonfatal injuries that require hospital treatment can lead to massive bills. How large? On average, more than $66,000 for common injuries such as a fall or being hit by an object. And the bill for treatment can just be the start: The cost of lost wages due to permanent disability for Americans in a...
When you lose fat, where does it go?
Mar 20, 2019
Long kisses transfer bacteria from one mouth to another
Mar 19, 2019
Healthy greens for St. Patrick’s Day
Mar 15, 2019
Original airdate: Sept. 27, 2014 Have you ever wondered how veterinarians figure out what is wrong with an animal patient, since our pets can’t talk? Dr. Andrew Specht, a small animal internal medicine specialist, will provide a behind-the-scenes overview of how veterinarians make use of medical...