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A new University of Florida study finds that 23 percent of adults age 60 and older who underwent a total knee replacement experienced a decline in activity in at least one region of the brain responsible for specific cognitive...
Andy Herrera Reyes mustered his strength and sat up in bed on Monday morning. That alone would not be considered a big moment in the life of a typical 13-year-old, but this simple act was a test of sheer willpower, and Andy is...
Public outrage over rising drug prices is leading pharmaceutical manufacturers, health insurers and patients to join forces in sharing the financial risks involved with unproven, expensive new medications. University of Florida...
The University of Florida has launched a Center for Regenerative Medicine to develop lifesaving therapies “to heal the body from within” using stem cells that repair damaged tissue and organs. The center is led by Keith L. March...
It’s a new year and you’re trying to live up to your resolution to drop a few pounds. So far, so good — you’re following a weight-loss program and your clothes are fitting better at last. But just how long will you be able to...
- Bill Levesque • University of Florida, UF Health, College of Medicine, Department of Pathology, Immunology, and Laboratory Medicine, Genetics Institute, UF Health Cancer Center • Feb 15, 2018
- Other, University of Florida, UF Health, UF Health Cancer Center • Feb 13, 2018
- Sarah Carey • University of Florida, UF Health, College of Veterinary Medicine • Feb 12, 2018
- Melanie Fridl Ross • University of Florida, UF Health, UF Health Shands Hospital • Feb 7, 2018
Bereavement program will host second annual Adult Fall Remembrance Ceremony Dec. 6
The UF Health Palliative Care team will...READ MORE
Fewer teens are having babies, a long-term trend that has accelerated in recent years. Since 1991, federal numbers show, the teen birth rate is...READ MORE
On The Same Page by Dr. David Guzick, M.D., Ph.D.
On April 22, 2013, a bill to elevate the national stature of Florida’s public universities, which garnered strong bipartisan support in the state Legislature, was signed into law by Gov. Rick Scott. This bill, SB 1076, conferred “preeminent” status to a university if it achieved at least 11 of 12 “... Read More
New strategies emerge to address disparities
The Gainesville Sun • Feb 14, 2018
Team approach to quality improvement initiatives reduces cath lab inefficiencies
Healio • Feb 13, 2018
Saturday’s Lead Letter: State benefits from strong UF veterinary program
News-Journal Online.com • Feb 13, 2018
UF veterinary medical student wins national award for business aptitude
Chipley Bugle • Feb 13, 2018
1,000 AGH employees share hugs during Saturday reunion
The Gainesville Sun • Feb 12, 2018
Round of Applause
Valdosta Daily Times • Feb 12, 2018
Kelly Mathis: ‘What a long, strange trip it’s been
Jax Daily Record • Feb 12, 2018
Mariah and the Toy Box
East Bay Times • Feb 12, 2018
The American Health Council Appoints Michael Mahla, MD to Physician Board
City Biz List • Feb 12, 2018
Why treating addiction with medication should be carefully considered
Medical Xpress • Feb 7, 2018
Here’s a news flash for people who complain that listening to their spouse chatter on and on is making them lose their minds: A new analysis shows just the opposite is true. Being married may lower your risk of dementia compared with being single for life or widowed, British researchers say. Their...
Try as you might, does your cat refuse to live inside? If so, here are some ways to keep your feline friend safe during the winter. Once temperatures fall into the low 40s, extra shelter is a must. Start with a ready-made pet house or a wooden box, and insulate it with foam board or blankets. Then...