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While the number of adults affected by autism is growing, very little is known about the way the condition is impacted by aging. Now, a University of Florida Health researcher and his colleagues are launching one of the largest...
Peter Swaan, Ph.D., M.Pharm., a distinguished university professor and internationally recognized researcher in the pharmaceutical sciences, has been named the next dean of the University of Florida College of Pharmacy, effective...
UF Health Pain Medicine – Halifax Health has opened, offering pain treatment services to patients in the Daytona Beach area. The new practice offers some of the world’s most advanced pain management options for an array of...
Taking time to go places, to visit friends or take a walk in the park, to socialize and meet new people or to simply stroll outside the familiar walls of our home, is more than a social necessity. It’s good for our physical and...
More than 900 million women and their partners worldwide use contraceptive products to prevent pregnancies. However, many contraceptive users may not realize taking additional medications can reduce the effectiveness of birth...
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In January 2021, Sam loaded his wheelchair and himself into his Ford Econoline handicap van and drove the 1,749 miles from Colorado to Florida,...READ MORE
If Bill Belote could choose one place to be, it would be the tennis court. He has played all his life and was even on the University of Florida...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.
COVID-19 Cases On the Rise Again
WCTQ-FM • May 18, 2022
Oyster study committee to weigh ‘limited entry’
Apalachicola The Times • May 18, 2022
6 to Know: Local Hospital Updates Visitation Policy Amid COVID-19 Case Rise
NBC News Miami • May 18, 2022
Things I Wish I Knew Before I Got COVID
MSN UAE • May 18, 2022
Health Notes: Give blood, save lives
Citrus County Chronicle • May 18, 2022
Save Your Tooth Month Q&A with Dr. Samuel Low
DrBicuspid.com • May 18, 2022
Recurrent Stroke Risk High in AF, Even With Anticoagulants
Biz News Post • May 18, 2022
National baby formula shortage affecting families in Gainesville
The Gainesville Sun • May 18, 2022
India Education Diary • May 18, 2022
Researcher’s drug-discovery method promising against aggressive breast cancer
Medical Laboratory Observer • May 18, 2022
When health officials in Brazil wanted to show teens the effects of too much exposure to the sun, they used technology they could relate to: selfies. Specifically, they used a face-aging app that showed the teens what prolonged exposure to ultraviolet, or UV, radiation could do to their skin...
Study: Staring at yourself in online meetings makes many moody
Aug 30, 2022
Wearing socks to bed can improve your sleep
Aug 29, 2022
Similar smells create social bonds, study says
Aug 26, 2022
The news is full of accounts of viruses jumping species from animal to animal and subsequently to humans. But why and how is this happening, and how are patterns of transmission changing over time? Most importantly, what does that mean for animal and human health? On this show, Dr. Maureen Long, an...