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You may have only had one glass of wine with dinner, but if you’re 55 or older, that single serving may hit you hard enough to make you a dangerous driver. So, baby boomers, what you suspected is true: you can’t party like you...
Inside a toy-packed hospital room that has been her home for eight months, a wish came true Feb. 1 for AnnaRose Van Sciver, 9, a cardiac patient at UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital. Surrounded by family members, two...
A patient with an abdominal gunshot wound is wheeled into the UF Health Jacksonville Trauma Center. He is moaning and in pain, and James Dennis, MD, immediately knows he will need to operate. Fortunately, Dennis is not only a...
University of Florida researchers have developed a simple immune-based screening test to identify the presence of a debilitating and usually fatal disease that strikes boas and pythons in captivity as well as those sold to the...
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- Chris Bilowich • University of Florida, College of Medicine • Feb 12, 2014
- University of Florida, University of Florida Academic Health Center, College of Medicine, Department of Surgery • Jan 29, 2014
- University of Florida, Department of Pathology, Immunology, and Laboratory Medicine • Jan 29, 2014
- University of Florida, University of Florida Academic Health Center, Department of Neuroscience, Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics • Jan 29, 2014
- University of Florida, University of Florida Academic Health Center, HSC Jacksonville Campus • Jan 29, 2014
UF researchers find drug therapy that could eventually reverse memory decline in seniors
HealthCanal • Mar 6, 2014
Sinus problems could be more than nuisance
News 4 Jax • Mar 6, 2014
National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month
GTN News • Mar 6, 2014
Infant Paisley 'doing really well' in battling leukemia
The Gainesville Sun • Mar 6, 2014
One way to reduce diabetes cases in kids? They should eat more dirt
Daily Record • Mar 5, 2014
Prenatal-screening companies expand scope of DNA tests
Nature • Mar 5, 2014
Visa Lighting launches 'Impressions of Light Images' lighting inspired by artwork
illuminatiom in Focus • Mar 5, 2014
Spartan Bioscience Announces Collaboration With University of Florida Cardiologist for Personalized Medicine for Heart Attack Patients
• Mar 5, 2014
Doctors on Call: Eating disorders have negative effects on a critical body part
The Florida Times Union • Mar 5, 2014
With a nationally renowned Congenital Heart Center and experts dedicated to adult cardiovascular care, UF Health has become a leader in caring for the heart and the supporting blood vessels around it that help it thrive. This month, we stitched together a few stories about the myriad ways UF Health experts are helping to fix broken hearts (and blood vessels).
Health In A Heartbeat
If you think about it, contact lenses are pretty amazing things: tiny, fragile, curved pieces of film, made to fit your eyes and your exact vision prescription. They’re fragile enough that you could rip them in half, but effective enough to help you see the world clearly. Scientists from Boston are...
Feed picky kids color to boost appetites
Mar 6, 2014
Put down the caffeine
Mar 5, 2014
Endometriosis Awareness Month: It’s not just cramps
Mar 4, 2014
When you see organic milk in the supermarket, what exactly does that tell you about the product? Generally, the term refers to milk products from livestock raised through specific organic farming methods and authenticity is regulated by food authorities. But does this mean the product is healthier...
On The Same Page by Dr. David Guzick, M.D., Ph.D.
While the nameplate of this newsletter, “On the Same Page,” was chosen in part to promote alignment between our faculty and our hospital staff, the concept is broader than that. It is clearly important, for example, to be on the same page with our patients and their families. The question we... Read More