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The U.S. Defense Department is looking for ways to speed up cognitive skills training — the types of skills useful for specialists such as linguists, intelligence analysts and cryptographers — and is awarding University of...
UF Health first in Florida to offer iPad-monitoring app to caregivers of infants with rare heart defectBy Alisha Kinman • Apr 19, 2017
Ever since her son’s birth in December, Elicia Ford has looked forward to the day when she can bring little Levi home to Panama City, Florida. Levi, 3 months old, was born at University of Florida Health Shands Children’s...
A pair of protein-inhibiting compounds is effective at slowing the progression of a form of muscular dystrophy in animal models, a group of University of Florida Health researchers has found. The compounds of this novel drug...
There are more than 1 billion cigarette smokers worldwide and another 600 million who chew betel quid, an addicting mix of areca palm nut that sometimes includes tobacco. Now, a group of University of Florida researchers has...
Patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder are benefiting from the increasingly widespread availability of therapy through videoconferencing and other computer-based programs, according to a review led by a University of Florida...
- Leah Harms • University of Florida, UF Health, College of Medicine • Apr 25, 2017
- University of Florida, UF Health, College of Public Health & Health Professions • Apr 25, 2017
- University of Florida, UF Health, College of Public Health & Health Professions, College of Medicine, Department of Biostatistics • Apr 25, 2017
- Nacuya Lewis • UF Health, UF Health Shands Hospital, UF Health Cancer Center • Apr 25, 2017
On The Same Page by Dr. David Guzick, M.D., Ph.D.
Robert Kuemmerlein suffered from progressively worsening shortness of breath, even when engaged in simple activities like walking to the mailbox or going up a few stairs. He also had trouble sleeping. These symptoms were caused by congestive heart failure due to damage of the aortic and mitral... Read More
UF/IFAS to study tick-borne disease risk
Desoto-Yoursun • Apr 6, 2017
Dementia Incidence Not Affected by Antioxidant Supplements
Neurology Advisor • Apr 6, 2017
Perampanel relieves symptoms of restless legs syndrome
MD/Alert • Apr 6, 2017
The Truth About How Much Caffeine Is In Your Decaf Coffee
Health Medicine Network • Apr 6, 2017
ASPCA Partners with Maddie's Fund® to Support the "Million Cat Challenge"
Count on 2 First • Apr 6, 2017
Not all sugar is the same, at least in the way that it affects the body. The type of sugar that is consumed can influence the risk of health problems, according to a study by researchers in Spain and California. Using rat models, the researchers found that the risk of health problems varied with...
As the temperatures rise and days lengthen, we shed our layers. Coats go into closets, boots give way to sandals. Summertime is right around the corner. For some people, it’s the perfect time to shed pounds gained during the winter. These days, a popular strategy is a juice cleanse, which claims to...