Researchers found that exposing Chlamydia to the antibiotic fosmidomycin causes the bacteria to enter a protective bunker-like “persistent” state.
The study will follow caregivers of a person with dementia or mild cognitive impairment who is having surgery.
UF biostatisticians played an integral role in the design and analysis of trials testing the effectiveness of the vaccine.
The Revitalize Study is supported by a $3.8 million grant from the National Institute on Aging.
Based on the UF findings, the male-to-female gender gap in suicide among adolescents has been reduced from 3-to-1 to 2-to-1.
Obesity-related cancer accounted for nearly 43.5 percent of total direct cancer care expenditures, estimated at $35.9 billion in 2015.
At a typical doctor visit, the physician does most of the explaining. But a new study shows that when certain patients “teach back” a doctor’s instructions, they’re less likely to wind up in the hospital. In the study, people living with high blood pressure, Type 2 diabetes and heart disease…
Researchers found no evidence that the devices improved cholesterol or blood pressure and limited evidence that the devices improve blood sugar.
Recent BPH graduates Hannah Douglas and Andrew Fiore were part of a team that published a pair of studies in the journal PLOS One.
Experimental vaccine trials during a public health emergency should be novel, flexible and responsive, say a group of researchers led by UF biostatistics faculty. Photo: WHO