A new study finds that long-term exposure to outdoor fine particulate matter is strongly related to excess COVID-19-related deaths in Northern Italy.
The new work has solved a quirky mystery about parasitic bacteria that cause the sexually-transmitted disease Chlamydia.
Understanding which counties are at high risk for deaths from cardiovascular disease allows health planners to target interventions for their residents.
UF will lead nationwide efforts to identify emerging drug abuse trends.
UF researchers examine who buys drugs from international pharmacies, a trend that is expected to grow with more Americans losing jobs and health insurance.
A new study finds rural residents who received individual telephone counseling for a year after participating in a weight loss program maintained 100% of their weight loss.
A new model by Dr. Ira Longini shows how Floridians' mobility and close contact has changed these past few months.
A new study adds to the body of research demonstrating that DEET is safe for humans when used according to manufacturer instructions.
PHHP researchers receive new grant to improve personal protective equipment.
A new model shows that robust testing, contact tracing and household quarantining could offset a second pandemic wave once social distancing rules are relaxed.