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When the COVID-19 pandemic exploded across the globe, everything changed. One year later, we’re all adjusting to the new normal. Workers from across UF Health share the lessons they’ve learned during this trying time. See their stories and other important news from UF Health in this edition of The POST.
To ward off the risk of stroke, there’s a simple new mantra: Put down the smartphone and get up off the couch. Adults who spend eight or more hours a day of leisure time watching television or using computers or phones face a much greater threat of strokes and cardiovascular disease. That’s the...
When your pet has been diagnosed with cancer, it is natural to feel helpless, even alarmed. Just as in people, when a pet ages, their immune system weakens and cancer becomes a higher risk. Although cancer is the main cause of death in nearly 50 percent of all dogs, it is most often found in aging...
Chair of surgery at UF College of Medicine named to the National Academy of MedicineThe
The Business Report • Oct 25, 2021
UF Health and Shriners Children's open new pediatric orthopedic clinic
WGFL-TV • Oct 25, 2021
Poorly controlled pain linked to disruptive behaviors in residents with dementia
McKnight's Long Term Care News • Oct 21, 2021
UF Health addresses thyroid cancer over diagnosis
Main Street Daily News • Oct 21, 2021
Shands flight paramedic dies, honored with procession past hospital
The Gainesville Sun • Oct 20, 2021