A new discovery may offer hope for people who suffer from a disorder that can lead to a stroke or cancer. University of Florida researchers have discovered a drug that regulates blood cell growth in people whose bone marrow is producing cells uncontrollably.
Valentine’s Day can often reinforce how much couples belong together or tear them further apart. Now University of Florida research shows how you and your mate get along really does matter to a successful relationship.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, University of Florida researchers have discovered a way to grow better smelling roses that also last longer.
Roughly 37 million women each year have a mammogram to check for signs of breast cancer, but a costly procedure to diagnose women with cancer after a suspicious mammogram is apparently being used too often. That’s according to a new University of Florida study that suggests breast biopsies should not be the only option to diagnose abnormalities in a mammogram.
The latest numbers show sharks took a big bite out of swimmers and surfers in 2010, but the so-called “shark attack capital of the world” saw a big decline in attacks. The University of Florida’s annual report on unprovoked shark attacks tracked a 25% increase in US waters.
Real estate experts are showing some renewed optimism in Florida’s housing market. The latest University of Florida real estate survey, covering the last three months of 2010, suggests changes in state and federal government have led to increased optimism.