Alachua County residents can help take a step toward herd immunity now that 12- to 15- year-old children can get a COVID-19 vaccine locally.
Dr. Sonja A. Rasmussen provides pointers to parents on COVID-19 vaccinations and the continuing need to be vigilant in protecting their children.
Dr. Cindy Prins looks at herd immunity and explains how it might be part of the answer.
The screenings are a way to identify patients who may have a heightened risk of breast and ovarian cancers.
Eleven PHHP employees have been named UF Superior Accomplishment award winners in the Health Science Center division.
The college celebrated student research at its annual Research Day on February 11.
At UF, 98% of those observed wore a mask, and 95% of those wore their mask correctly.
Dr. Prins offers infection control assessments for UF entities who aim to resume activities throughout campus.
The findings may help with the development of targeted interventions to support people when they may be at greater risk for suicide.
Dr. Sonja Rasmussen and fellow committee members have recommended a four-phase approach to fairly allocate COVID-19 vaccines when they become available.