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UF Study suggests women learn less than men during college

Published: Oct 10th, 2001

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Despite closing the gender gap in higher education in recent years, women learn only two-thirds of what men do during college, according to a researcher at the University of Florida.

Too much vitamin C can cause ‘rust’ in the body, UF study shows

Published: Sep 26th, 2001

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — If you have a bruise, a muscle sprain, an inflammatory disease or if you take iron supplements, exceeding 100 mg per day of vitamin C may be damaging to your body, according to a study by University of Florida researchers.

University of Florida Researchers Study Possible Genetic Link to Dysfunctional Coronary Arteries in Women

Published: Mar 21st, 2001

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Cardiologists have spent decades puzzling over what causes chest pain in many of their female patients. That’s because the majority of women who complain of severe discomfort actually have coronary arteries that appear relatively normal in X-ray images of the heart.

Say CHEES: Software Helps UF Researchers Compare Expressions In Men And Women

Published: Feb 15th, 2001

GAINESVILLE, Fla.—When it comes to men, women and emotion, pet theories abound on whether one sex is more emotional or inhibited than the other.

Florida Study: Women Can Play Major Role In How Men View Fatherhood

Published: Feb 12th, 2001

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Women can play a major role in how men view their role in making babies and the responsibilities that come with it, a new University of Florida study shows.

Nearly Half Of All Women 65 And Older Now Use Herbal Products To Feel Better, But Don’t Tell Their Doctors

Published: Jan 29th, 2001

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Nearly half of all women over 65 now use herbal therapies to prevent or treat health problems, but they rarely inform their health-care providers, according to a new University of Florida study.