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Opinion: Medicaid should cover donor breast milk for vulnerable infants

Expanded coverage could save lives and save taxpayer money

Brain stimulation treatment may improve depression, anxiety in older adults

A noninvasive brain stimulation treatment improved depression and anxiety symptoms among older adults

UF team plays major role in success of newly approved Duchenne muscular dystrophy drug

Imaging expertise at UF contributes to successful clinical trial

The Conversation: A century after the EEG was discovered, it remains a crucial tool for understanding the brain

A neurologist specializing in epilepsy discusses how the EEG has transformed neuroscience

UF-led study could lead to new way to detect brain changes associated with Alzheimer’s risk

New research suggests a link between abnormal blood levels of amyloid and subtle changes in the brain.

Nationally renowned health system leader appointed to head UF Health clinical enterprise

Stephen J. Motew, M.D., M.H.A., FACS, has been named president and CEO of the UF Health clinical enterprise, effective April 1.

UF Health project seeks to help mothers in need

AI-based project will identify needs for pregnant women

UF neuroscientist uses AI to map learning, decision-making, to discover how brains work

Ryoma Hattori uses advanced laboratory techniques and AI to make discoveries about how the brain learns.

New tool for assessing dehydration is built for global deployment

The system can help doctors treat diarrhea in children

UF, UF Health celebrate expansion of health care services at Durbin Park, ongoing regional growth across Northeast Florida

University of Florida and UF Health leaders today broke ground at UF Health Durbin Park, a 42.5-acre health and wellness campus that will advance health care services as part of UF’s regional expansion plan for Jacksonville and St. Johns County.

World Cancer Day: How the UF Health Cancer Center is closing the care gap

World Cancer Day is held every year on Feb. 4 to raise awareness of cancer and encourage its prevention, detection and treatment. 

UF study shows Summer Health Professions Education Program a significant student motivator

Experience in healthcare can give students the confidence to apply to professional schools

Chronic inflammation and poverty are a ‘double whammy’ for mortality risk

The combined conditions worsen mortality more than expected

Yes, humans can get their pets sick: Reverse zoonoses more common than once thought

A paper published by UF researchers warned that pets, which share beds, kisses, snuggles, and dining areas with humans, are at risk of catching diseases from their owners.

Chronic childhood ear infections delay language development

Vigilant monitoring and prompt treatment can help protect against bad outcomes