The average college student checks his or her cellphone about 11 times a school day, according to a new study.
Researchers want the chance to blaze new ground in medical marijuana treatments. Across the country, many are pushing for marijuana to be classified as a Schedule II drug, the group for drugs with no medical use and a high potential for abuse, and the University of Florida community is skeptical of the change.
Gainesville Police now offers electronic bicycle registration.
Koalas are an iconic part of Australian culture, but a new study reveals that the country’s lack of koala protection may result in a dramatic loss of the population.
In the frenzy of Halloween-themed sugary treats, some UF health experts are urging parents to pay attention to their children’s teeth and candy collections.
Quality Certification Services, a Gainesville-based USDA organic certifier, received official approval from the Global Partnership of Good Agriculture Practices last month.
Music festivals are taking over the world. Whether it’s festa-this or palooza-that, music festivals have become the hottest pastime for music lovers across the country.
Bridget Jones is back! Fans have anxiously waited 14 years since British writer Helen Fielding’s last bestseller, “Bridget Jones: the Edge of Reason.”