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Annie Alexis didn’t know who to help first. So many things were happening at once, she said. People were screaming, others were bleeding and some appeared to be dead. On the morning of June 7, the University of Florida’s Summer...
Florida’s obesity rate may be higher than originally thought. A widely used national health survey puts the overall obesity rate in the state at 27.8 percent, but a new study based on an analysis of a robust clinical data...
The number of vector-borne diseases acquired in the U.S. more than doubled between 2004 and 2016, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently reported. But what does the future hold? Two studies published...
Medicine at the mall: UF Health opening specialty practices, outpatient surgical center at Gainesville’s Oaks MallBy Doug Bennett • Jun 7, 2018 • Featured Articles, Lead Story
University of Florida Health is riding the crest of a national trend of bringing leading-edge health care services closer to the community by opening three specialty practices at The Oaks Mall, Gainesville’s most-popular...
When a patient’s condition rapidly deteriorates in a hospital or an acute care clinical setting, care providers quickly wheel out a piece of equipment known as a crash cart that contains medications and devices essential for...
- University of Florida, UF Health, College of Veterinary Medicine • Jun 14, 2018
- Sarah Carey • University of Florida, UF Health, College of Veterinary Medicine • Jun 13, 2018
- Bill Levesque • UF Health, College of Medicine, Department of Medicine • Jun 7, 2018
- Matthew Splett • College of Pharmacy, UF Health Cancer Center • Jun 6, 2018
On The Same Page by Dr. David Guzick, M.D., Ph.D.
Each year, Commencement ceremonies held at our health colleges remind us of our raison d'être. Commencement is a time when we are prompted to think back to our roots — the pure motivations we had for choosing the profession we did. There is the warmth and justifiable pride felt by our faculty in... Read More
Diabetes Linked to Risk for Parkinson’s Disease
Medicine News Line • Jun 15, 2018
Balanced Diet May Be Key to Cancer Survival
MedicineNet • Jun 15, 2018
Medicine at the Mall: UF Health Opening Locations at Gainesville’s Oaks Mall
The Business Report of North Central Florida • Jun 15, 2018
UF Health parking decal hikes on way
The Gainesville Sun • Jun 15, 2018
Eating sensibly may slash death risk for cancer survivors
Medical News Today • Jun 12, 2018
Biologists: Sea Turtle Tumors Similar to Human Cancer
The Sherbrooke Times • Jun 11, 2018
Is irisin why cal burn stays high after exercise?
Times News Online • Jun 11, 2018
Doctors warn masculinity forces men into loneliness
The New Zealand Herald • Jun 11, 2018
Teenage Depression: If a Parent Doesn’t Get Treatment for a Child, Is That Abuse?
AlterNet • Jun 11, 2018
UF Health Facilities Moving Into The Oaks Mall
WCJB-TV20 • Jun 11, 2018
You may have more to watch than calories during that next meal out. Think plastics. A study published in the journal Environment International found far higher levels of a group of chemicals called phthalates [THAL-ates] in people who reported recently dining out compared with those who ate at home...
Know the subtle early warning signs of dementia
Jun 11, 2018
June is men’s health awareness month
Jun 11, 2018
These barbershops offer a haircut, shave and livesaving medical service
Jun 11, 2018
Before you find yourself in a crisis mode with your pet’s health, keep in mind that there are things you can do to prevent many disasters from happening. The routine use of preventive measures can keep expensive and life-threatening diseases at bay. Dr. Wendy Mandese will discuss the importance of...