One hundred children from Gainesville, ages 7 to 12, participated in a study published this month that measured children’s saliva for cortisol — a stress-sensitive hormone — before and after stressful activities.
Last month, a shooter murdered 49 people at Pulse, a gay nightclub. Kelly O’Brien said she showed support for her friends in Orlando the only way she knows how.
Soon, the days of students taking the bus to Archer Road to pick up toilet paper and groceries will be gone.
Though the rain may have washed up the Kickin’ it for the Kids Kickball Tournament earlier than planned Saturday, it didn’t wash away the success of the event.
Peaceful Paths is hosting its fourth annual back-to-school drive to collect school supplies for children in grades pre-K through 12 whose families have been victims of domestic violence.
When Australian doctors told Wayne Garland he had spinal cancer and would live no more than six months, he quit his job and traveled to Asia to try to prove them wrong.
Halloween will come early Saturday in the form of Gainesville’s first National Cosplay Day.
Eleven UF students will perform “Puffs; or, Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic,” a parody of a famous wizard story, this weekend.
The first 10 participants who attend a toxic waste collection Wednesday will receive free tickets to see “The Toxic Avenger” at the Hippodrome State Theatre.