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UF Health Congenital Heart Center Director Mark Bleiweis, M.D., was the 2015 honoree at the Alachua American Heart Association Heart Ball , held on Feb. 14, 2015. Bleiweis was honored for his work at UF Health and caring for some...
A rare parasite that can cause sickness in humans and animals is present in more species of snails in Florida than previously thought, potentially putting people and pets who eat snails at risk. University of Florida scientists...
Inflammation is a major culprit in age-related macular degeneration and some other eye diseases. Now, University of Florida Health researchers have found a promising treatment that inhibits those diseases by interrupting the...
Even everyday activities such as dusting and walking to the mailbox can reduce older adults’ risk of heart attack or death, according to a University of Florida Health study released today (Feb. 18) in the Journal of the American...
Outcomes for patient survival following stem cell transplant at the University of Florida Health Blood and Marrow Transplantation Program, which treats patients with leukemia and other blood cancers, were recently ranked among...
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- UF Health Jacksonville • Dec 10, 2014
- Karen Rhodenizer • University of Florida, College of Dentistry • Dec 10, 2014
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- University of Florida, Department of Pathology, Immunology, and Laboratory Medicine • Dec 10, 2014
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Parasite found in Florida snails could pose health risks
American Live Wire • Mar 2, 2015
The Tribune • Mar 2, 2015
How A Group Of Lung Cancer Survivors Got Doctors To Listen
Hawaii Public Radio • Mar 2, 2015
Dance Marathon returns to WHS March 6
The Town-Crier Newspaper • Mar 2, 2015
Families brought together by sons' rare kidney disease
Tallahassee.com • Mar 2, 2015
Why the 5:2 diet works: Study shows ‘feast and famine’ DOES help you live longer – as long as you stay away from superfoods
One News Page • Mar 2, 2015
A minute’s walk every day can be lifesaving
Daily Times • Feb 24, 2015
What Is Molly and Why Is It Dangerous?
NBCNews.com • Feb 24, 2015
Potential Treatment for Macular Degeneration, Uveitis
Health News Digest • Feb 24, 2015
More than 1,600 older adults took part in the trial phase of the Lifestyle Interventions and Independence for Elders, or LIFE, study. The LIFE study sought to discover what happened when older adults engaged in moderate physical activity. In this month’s issue of The POST, we follow what happened to Brian Ainsworth, one of the study participants, during the course of the trial.
Health In A Heartbeat
Thinking about cancer is unpleasant. Thinking about the possibility you might have cancer is even less appealing. Of course, individuals who notice warning signs of cancer can take action and see a doctor. But human nature being what it is, people are sometimes more likely to explain away odd...
If your furry friend’s breath could take yours away, it could be a sign of dental disease. Along with bad breath, inflamed gums, discolored teeth, pawing at the mouth and changing in eating habits are all signs of dental disease, a common problem in our pets. It’s often painful and can lead to...
On The Same Page by Dr. David Guzick, M.D., Ph.D.
Our hospitals in both Gainesville and Jacksonville are full. This is a good problem to have, but it is a problem. And as we figure out a way to accommodate continued growth within a fixed hospital chassis, we must do so in a way that further enhances the quality of care we provide. Needless to say... Read More