The POST Magazine

Healing hands in conflict zones

February 2021

UF Health physicians put themselves at risk to provide critical medical relief around the globe.

Health In A Heartbeat

Breakthrough in dog genome research a boon for humans

Mar 8, 2021

Dogs and people like to share everything, from long walks and playing fetch in the yard to naps and meals. Research has shown we’re so connected we even have certain genes in common. But there’s something else we share that’s not so sweet: diseases. Domestic dogs and humans have lived side by side...

Animal Airwaves

Reining in canine osteoarthritis

Mar 8, 2021

Osteoarthritis—or OA—is a painful condition involving progressive joint inflammation and cartilage breakdown. Unlike in humans, canine OA often affects young individuals, so early diagnosis and management is key to a dog’s quality of life from a young age. The 4 pillars of canine OA management are...