A new study of non-Hispanic Black and non-Hispanic white adults links chronic knee pain and key demographic factors to differences in areas of the brain tied to memory.
Dr. Cindy Prins looks at herd immunity and explains how it might be part of the answer.
Unless MRSA carriers develop an infection or are tested for the bacteria, they may not even know they carry it, yet they are at significant risk for premature death.
A new study finds male patients who have a single general physician were more likely to receive a prostate cancer screening test during a period when the test was not recommended by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force.
The UF team found more than 8% of high school students who were quarantined as a close contact of a person infected with COVID-19 tested positive for the virus on days 9 to 14 of quarantine.
Dr. John Lednicky talks about coronavirus variants and what they might mean for the pandemic.
Dr. Cindy Prins explains key points about the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.
At UF, 98% of those observed wore a mask, and 95% of those wore their mask correctly.
The grant supports continued efforts to develop MRI biomarkers for individuals with Duchenne muscular dystrophy, and expand the study to include people with Becker muscular dystrophy.
After treatment, three young boys with Duchenne muscular dystrophy had considerably lower fat infiltration in their muscles than boys receiving standard treatment.