Understanding which counties are at high risk for deaths from cardiovascular disease allows health planners to target interventions for their residents.
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 adds to the body of research demonstrating that DEET is safe for humans when used according to manufacturer instructions.
Dr. Arch Mainous was recognized for his contributions to the knowledge and practice of primary care.
The tool can predict heart disease risk without the need for any lab tests or physical exam.
They will be honored at a ceremony during the college’s alumni reunion on October 5.
The grant allows Dr. Ashby Walker and colleagues to expand a program designed to improve access to care and health outcomes for children and adults with diabetes
Obesity-related cancer accounted for nearly 43.5 percent of total direct cancer care expenditures, estimated at $35.9 billion in 2015.
At a typical doctor visit, the physician does most of the explaining. But a new study shows that when certain patients “teach back” a doctor’s instructions, they’re less likely to wind up in the hospital. In the study, people living with high blood pressure, Type 2 diabetes and heart disease…
Eight college faculty members earned the University Term Professor distinction.