Published: Dec 23rd, 1999
GAINESVILLE — A new radio program produced at the University of Florida is rapidly gaining an audience by focusing on the growing national interest in children’s culture.
Published: Dec 15th, 1999
GAINESVILLE — When Parkinson’s Disease sufferer James Stuebe underwent brain surgery last year, he was overjoyed it nearly eliminated the tremors in his right arm and hand.
Published: Nov 24th, 1999
GAINESVILLE — A new bell has rung in many American high schools that are scrapping old ideas about class schedules, course content and the relationship between students and teachers, a nationwide survey by a University of Florida researcher shows.
Published: Nov 19th, 1999
GAINESVILLE The support of family members and a positive school climate help physically abused adolescent girls avoid the binge-purge cycle of bulimia, a new University of Florida survey shows.
Published: Nov 16th, 1999
GAINESVILLE — Although common among the elderly, depression is not a personal weakness or character flaw, but rather a major medical issue and public health concern, a new University of Florida study finds.
Published: Nov 10th, 1999
GAINESVILLE — Doctors, athletic trainers and physical therapists should alter their treatments for people who suffer frequent ankle sprains rather than rely on extensive strength training during rehabilitation, according to a new University of Florida study.
Published: Sep 29th, 1999
GAINESVILLE —The lovelorn and forlorn are more likely to be shopworn people who fill their empty lives by spending money in stores and spilling their hearts out to sales clerks, a new University of Florida study finds.
Published: Sep 2nd, 1999
GAINESVILLE—This is the season for reading, writing, arithmetic – and head lice.
Published: Jul 26th, 1999
GAINESVILLE — Contrary to public perception, home becomes a prison and the entire family is punished when criminal offenders are sentenced to house arrest, a new University of Florida study finds.
Published: Jul 13th, 1999
GAINESVILLE — A University of Florida astronomer is part of an international team that has captured the first images of the very earliest stages of a “dark cloud” — the coldest astronomical object in the universe — becoming a new star and planetary system.