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Are you planning on ramping up your exercise regimen this summer? There may not be an app for that — at least not a reliable one. UF Health researchers recently found that only one of 30 popular free fitness apps for iPhones...
Whether you grasp it right away or not, your grip strength may indicate whether or not you have undetected diabetes and high blood pressure, University of Florida researchers say. The findings appear online ahead of print in the...
For Media: Please contact Rossana Passaniti at 352-273-8569 or email at PASSAR@shands.ufl.edu The brain’s effect on other parts of the body has been well established. Now, a group that includes two University of Florida Health...
Two University of Florida researchers have invented a device that makes chemotherapy treatments more personalized, efficient and affordable. The miniaturized platform, known as a microarray, uses patients’ cancer cells to test...
Jonathan D. Licht, M.D., an internationally known expert in blood cancers, has been appointed director of the University of Florida Health Cancer Center. His appointment will be effective Oct. 1. Licht comes to UF Health from...
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MyFoxHouston • Jul 22, 2015
Million Cat Challenge Marks 250,000 Cats Saved
UC Davis • Jul 22, 2015
PAINWeek 2015 Welcomes the American Pain Society and the American Society of Addiction Medicine to the National Conference in Las Vegas
San Antonio Express-News • Jul 22, 2015
Cloud Pharmaceuticals Welcomes Noted Life Sciences Experts to Its Advisory Board
GTN News • Jul 22, 2015
UF Health Shands No. 2 in Florida in U.S. News rankings
The Ocala Star Banner • Jul 22, 2015
UF Health Shands Children's Hospital plans $20.7 million expansion
The Gainesville Sun • Jul 22, 2015
Keeping calves cool: Tips for hutch management in the summer
Progressive Dairyman Magazine • Jul 15, 2015
Happy Mind, Healthy Body
A Woman's Health • Jul 15, 2015
Care of the Spine-injured Athlete
ADVANCE for Physical Therapy & Rehab Medicine • Jul 15, 2015
In May and June, UF Health colleges produced nearly 1,500 new graduates. For these Gator grads, the walk across the commencement stage was just the beginning of their new lives as health care experts, providers, scientists, administrators and leaders. This month, we are taking a look back at the journeys some of these graduates took to get to that stage … and what they have planned next. Photos by Jesse S. Jones and Mindy Miller
Health In A Heartbeat
Ever had that afternoon craving for a sweet, bubbly soda? A study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism found that sweetened drinks suppress cortisol, a hormone that causes stress responses in the brain. The researchers say these stress-suppressing effects could be habit...
Breath test could detect stomach cancer
Jul 27, 2015
Attention! Standing makes you pay more of it
Jul 24, 2015
Study: Women believe smoking helps achieve desired weight
Jul 23, 2015
The moniker “Good Citizen” doesn’t just apply to humans these days. Your canine buddy can achieve the same distinction. The American Kennel Club’s Canine Good Citizen, or CGC, program trains dogs to be model companions, both at home and in the larger community. Dogs that pass certifying tests are...
On The Same Page by Dr. David Guzick, M.D., Ph.D.
On her first day of kindergarten in suburban Philadelphia, Susan Nittrouer arrived at school with her grandmother. Susan wore a dress that her parents had purchased for her in Switzerland and her grandmother spoke to the teacher with a Yiddish accent. Susan also spoke to the teacher, in English,... Read More