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With the novel coronavirus continuing its unabated march through communities local and global, University of Florida Health is moving into the next stage of its COVID-19 vaccination program this week as it begins to offer...
The leading COVID-19 vaccines aren’t anything like the polio vaccination your grandparents received — or even the flu shot you got this fall. A look under the hood unveils a remarkable advancement in medicine. The COVID-19...
University of Florida Health faculty and staff today began receiving a vaccine developed by Moderna, the second of two authorized vaccines upon which rest the hopes of ending a relentless pandemic. At 10 a.m., David R. Nelson, M...
After months of anguish and anticipation, after the long days and the longer nights of a pandemic that has stressed communities across Florida, the nation and the world, Gainesville took the first step today toward an eventual...
As the world’s focus shifts from COVID-19 vaccine creation to distribution, researchers and clinicians continue to search for ways to alleviate the suffering of patients and the demands on crowded hospitals. Now, after Emergency...
- Doug Bennett • University of Florida, UF Health, College of Medicine • Jan 14, 2021
- UF College of Nursing, University of Florida, UF Health • Jan 13, 2021
- Doug Bennett • University of Florida, UF Health, Department of Epidemiology • Dec 23, 2020
- Tyler Francischine • UF Health, Emerging Pathogens Institute • Dec 22, 2020
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At least 20 cases of coronavirus variant in Florida, CDC says
WFTV • Jan 13, 2021
Health Beat: Protecting kids from asthma
WFMZ • Jan 13, 2021
Managing delirium in the pediatric patient
My American Nurse official Journal of the American Nurses • Jan 13, 2021
Research finds COVID may worsen symptoms of those with Tourette syndrome
KOLD News 13 • Jan 13, 2021
With 1st COVID-19 vaccinations at UF Health in Villages and Leesburg, ‘science basically wins today’
90.7 WMFE • Dec 21, 2020
Florida has vaccinated 40,037 people for the coronavirus
Tampa Bay Times • Dec 21, 2020
Debunking common COVID-19 vaccine myths with UF Health’s chief epidemiologist
WCJB TV-20 • Dec 21, 2020
Trust the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. They are safe — and they work.
Pensacola News Journal • Dec 21, 2020
COVID-19 testing: We've come a long way
• Dec 21, 2020
UF Health in Gainesville begins vaccinating high-risk health care employees against COVID-19
The Business Report of North Central Florida • Dec 21, 2020
By now, parents are trying not to trip over the new toys their kids got for the holidays. But a twisted ankle is not the only hazard lurking among the new playthings. Some of them may contain tiny, powerful magnets that can easily be ingested by children, leading to serious and potentially fatal...
Low-carb diet may prevent cognitive decline
Jan 14, 2021
Even ‘light’ smokers lose lung function
Jan 13, 2021
Fat loss may safeguard against heart failure tied to Type 2 diabetes
Jan 12, 2021
Nearly 20 percent of cats in shelters were surrendered because their humans were allergic to them. But these stats may change if a cat allergy-blocking diet is found to be effective. Up to 95 percent of allergies to cats are triggered by a protein found in feline saliva. When cats groom, the...
Debunking Common Pet Myths: Sorting Fact from Fiction
Jan 15, 2021
Opening our hearts to grieving pet parents
Jan 14, 2021
Treats for hounds and their humans
Jan 13, 2021