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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 performed Florida-record 70 lung transplants in 2018, maintaining excellent patient outcomesBy Bill Levesque • Feb 4, 2019 • Video, Lead Story
Edward Henry Jr., his lungs scarred by an incurable disease, thought it was a death sentence when he was told that he was too old to undergo lung transplant surgery. “I can’t waste lungs on you,” Henry recalled a surgeon at a...
University of Florida researchers have found a link between colorectal cancer in mice and the most commonly reported bacterial cause of food poisoning in the United States. Little is known about Campylobacter jejuni, a bacteria...
To address the growing public health threat of substance use disorders, UF Health is expanding its Florida Recovery Center with a new 9,000-square-foot renovated building that will provide more space for patient care, group...
University of Florida and UF Health Announce $20 Million Gift from the Lauren and Lee Fixel Family FoundationBy Steve Orlando • Jan 17, 2019 • Video, Lead Story
Funds will help launch institute at UF Health for Parkinson’s and other neurodegenerative diseases The University of Florida and UF Health have received a $20 million gift from the Lauren and Lee Fixel Family Foundation that...
- UF Health, Jacksonville College of Medicine, UF Health Jacksonville • Feb 14, 2019
- David R. Nelson • UF Health • Feb 12, 2019
- 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.
New Diagnostic Test for Malaria Uses Spit, Not Blood
The Quint • Feb 13, 2019
Sweat Therapy Fitness offers seminar on Parkinson's Disease
WTXL ABC 27 • Feb 13, 2019
$20M Gift To UF Health Gives Hope To Families Dealing With Parkinson’s Disease
WUFT • Feb 13, 2019
Redone and Relocated: UF Health’s new rehabilitation hospital opens this month
The Independent Florida Alligator • Feb 13, 2019
Early Warning Signs of Colon Cancer
US News Health • Feb 12, 2019
Expert Explains the Greatest Challenge in Treating Patients With MDS and AML
Targeted Oncology • Feb 12, 2019
Majority of US Population Suffers From Nocturnal Leg Cramps
Newswire.net • Feb 12, 2019
New diagnostic test for malaria uses spit, not blood
TheHour • Feb 12, 2019
The Universe Within
Ocala Style • Feb 4, 2019
Feeling Good: Gainesville’s Rensaissance clinician
Gainesville.com • Feb 4, 2019
When the next devastating flu pandemic hits — think the swine flu of 2009 or the so-called Asian “bird flu” — how will you fare? That depends partly on the first kind of flu virus you ever contracted and how closely it relates to the flu threat of the moment, researchers now say. Flu viruses come...
Sweet benefits of dark chocolate
Feb 14, 2019
New exercise guidelines suggest Americans start younger, move more
Feb 13, 2019
Common chemicals may lead to early onset of puberty
Feb 12, 2019
Archive (Original air date: Oct. 19) Just as nurses work in a variety of roles to assist doctors in human medicine, veterinary technicians – who are also known as nurses – work to assist veterinarians in many different aspects of animal care. They work in private veterinary hospitals, in academic...