Published: Dec 11th, 2001
GAINESVILLE — Plans for an Alzheimer’s disease research center to be initiated as a statewide resource based at the University of Florida’s McKnight Brain Institute were unveiled today (Dec. 11) […]
Published: Dec 6th, 2001
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — With the holiday snack season in high gear, many people are bound to be wondering what they can do in the new year to atone for all the eggnog, cookies and fudge they’ve been consuming.
Published: Dec 3rd, 2001
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Eleven-week-old Bethany Joy Mullins was discharged today from Shands Children’s Hospital at the University of Florida — just in time for the holidays. She is the smallest infant in North America to successfully undergo liver transplantation.
Published: Nov 28th, 2001
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Cigarette use among University of Florida students has declined during the last two years, with freshman showing the highest drop, according to a campus survey.
Published: Nov 26th, 2001
GAINESVILLE, Fla.—Radiation therapy can cure throat cancer as effectively as surgery while preserving people’s vocal cords and voices, University of Florida researchers have found.
Published: Nov 20th, 2001
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — In separate papers published today, University of Florida scientists and their colleagues announced two distinct approaches for thwarting the onset of type 1 diabetes in mice susceptible to the disease.
Published: Nov 17th, 2001
GAINESVILLE, Fla.—Patients going under the knife aren’t the only ones who end up with their share of aches and pains after an operation: Many physicians grapple with substantial neck and back strain by the end of a grueling day in the surgical suite.
Published: Nov 15th, 2001
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — A congressional appropriation of $2.25 million, approved by President George W. Bush on Monday (11/12) will boost the future construction of an $80 million facility for genetics, cancer and biotechnology research at the University of Florida.
Published: Nov 14th, 2001
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Physicians who battle drug and alcohol addiction by participating in ongoing treatment and monitoring programs have excellent odds of being employed and drug-free after five years, according to a new University of Florida study.
Published: Nov 13th, 2001
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — When it come to pre-workout stretching, the old adage “no pain, no gain” may not hold water after all, according to new University of Florida research.