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Sedentary lifestyle cancels out heart benefits of having a normal weight

Published: Jan 8th, 2019

A new study finds low levels of physical activity can put adults with a normal weight at the same risk for heart disease as adults who are overweight.


UF researchers develop cheap, quick test for Zika

Published: Dec 17th, 2018

The test uses inexpensive, commercially available equipment, including a coffee mug with a USB port, cell phone and LED light. Image: CDC

Dr. Linda Cottler

Linda Cottler begins new chapter

Published: Dec 14th, 2018

She is stepping down from her position as chair of epidemiology and will continue as a professor in the department, PHHP’s associate dean for research and founding director of UF HealthStreet.

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New UF program to prepare students to fill therapy workforce gap in early childhood programs

Published: Dec 5th, 2018

The program will train occupational, physical and speech-language pathology therapy students to treat the needs of young children with disabilities.

Clinicians demonstrate intermittent hypoxia therapy.

When less oxygen heals

Published: Dec 4th, 2018

A novel therapy may strengthen breathing and other movements among those with severe spinal cord injuries and other conditions.

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HSC Fall 2018 Recognition Ceremony

Published: Oct 19th, 2018

Join us Friday, Dec. 14 at University Auditorium as we honor graduates of PHHP, Nursing and Pharmacy.


EGH student works to improve community health in Africa thanks to National Geographic grant

Published: Oct 19th, 2018

Being charged by elephants, crossing the Nile River and hiking through an African conflict area with armed guards has humbled Nick Dowhaniuk.


Class about Type 1 diabetes has a twist: All the students are living with the disease

Published: Oct 4th, 2018

Dr. Ashby Walker leads the class that introduces students to diabetes research.

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Long-term interventions could help children with cochlear implants improve language

Published: Oct 2nd, 2018

A team led by Dr. Susan Nittrouer finds sixth graders with cochlear implants lagged behind their peers in language development, but strong literacy instruction could help close the gap.

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Small changes to football practices can yield large reduction in head impacts

Published: Aug 27th, 2018

Researchers estimate that shortening time spent on higher-risk drills by 15 minutes could help players avoid about 1,000 head impacts during their college careers.