Given the known barriers to weight loss and weight maintenance in rural areas, this is good news for rural patients considering the surgery.
Using AI technology, UF researchers will determine precision dosing for a new treatment designed to prevent dementia in older adults.
Researchers found patients who recovered from severe COVID-19 had more than twice the risk of being hospitalized again for an issue such as heart attack, stroke, pneumonia or pulmonary embolism.
Dr. Ira Longini and other WHO researchers offer guidance on approaches to track, understand and mitigate COVID-19 virus variants.
The findings could help physicians identify who is at risk of developing severe COVID-19 so treatment can begin earlier.
The study explores whether computerized brain training exercises can reduce the risk of mild cognitive impairment and dementias such as Alzheimer’s disease in older adults.
Patients with Type 1 diabetes reported feeling shame, stigma and judgment in their interactions with endocrinology specialists.
The award is one of the university’s top honors for a junior faculty member.
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.