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The number of people hospitalized with a potentially deadly strain of antibiotic-resistant bacteria increased 220 percent over six years, according to a study co-authored by a UF scientist.
It sounds like a lawnmower on loudspeakers. Blades whir at full speed, creating a frantic windstorm that spreads the smell of jet fuel.
Researchers working on UF's Family Health Self-Empowerment Project (FHSE) for Modifying and Preventing Obesity are gearing up for a series of workshops to be held during the spring semester and are hoping to involve 175 Gainesville families.
Christmas shows don't usually include a rap by Santa.
With the holiday season approaching, the UF chapter of Friends for Life of America hopes to spread joy to children in hospitals.
While students traveled home to their families last week, Gainesville Police Department Lt. Will Halvosa stayed in Gainesville.
UF researchers have begun a study that could cure a type of blindness by intentionally injecting viruses into patients ' eyes.
While many students are excited about packing up to go home and visit their families over Thanksgiving break, some aren't too happy about an extended stay at home.
Students returning from Thanksgiving break with leftovers from their turkey dinners may want to take precautions if they want to be replenished and ready to jump into final-exam studies.