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Amid the bustle of people coming and going from UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital’s atrium Thursday, child patients chased and danced around toy robots fashioned from Lego kits and small motors.
Seven burn patients at UF Health Shands Hospital were recently diagnosed with an infection known to attack the already ill.
U.S. News ranked UF Health and Shands in the top 50 for five of its medical specialties.
This year’s Gator Growl will be a little different.
Broward Hall turned 59 this year, and as seniors tend to do, it’s getting a facelift.
Eight lives now hang on the wall in the Reitz Union stairwell.
The sounds of the Krishna Lunch group’s tambourines and bongos served as the soundtrack for the 20-foot-tall couple’s last dance on the Plaza of the Americas.
Summer Roberts said her first Facebook fight was about something as silly as a friend’s profile picture. Roberts, an 18-year-old UF Spanish freshman, asked the person what his mother would think of the profile picture.
Verna Groger believes cooking more meals at home can reduce her salt intake. And that, according to a new study, can only be good for her health.