The study suggests patients who receive bariatric surgery may need ongoing treatment to support lifestyle changes and maintain weight loss.
A new study provides insight on why people who recover from severe COVID-19 still have a higher risk of death in the year following their illness.
UF students and researchers address the links between intestinal pathogens, livestock, and children’s gut health.
Researchers track COVID-19 trends in an island community’s wastewater. The approach has broad implications as a public health surveillance tool.
Despite needing to move to a telehealth format because of COVID-19 shutdowns, participants in this UF weight loss study lost a comparable amount of weight to in-person programs.
The team will be honored with several awards at the society’s 61st Annual Meeting and ToxExpo in San Diego.
The grant funds a study that will test an intervention designed to strengthen breathing muscles and improve post-surgical outcomes in patients who have had heart surgery.
The study will follow a group of older adult medical marijuana users over the course of one year, using an innovative combination of technology-based assessments and in-person visits.
The team, which includes PHHP's Dr. Sarah McKune, aims to understand and explain the variations in responses to the effects of climate change in the region.
Dr. Ira Longini offers insight on the future of the COVID-19 pandemic.