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Some cancer survivors have PTSD

February 22, 2018

Surviving cancer can bring on another ailment — post-traumatic stress disorder. A recent study found that about one-fifth of patients had PTSD several months after their cancer diagnosis. Many of...

Long-term success seen in obesity treatment procedures

February 21, 2018

People who are struggling with obesity may consider taking steps such as gastric bypass surgery or laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding to gain control of their condition. These procedures have...

Healthier diet may help ease pain for multiple sclerosis sufferers

February 20, 2018

Eating a diet of fruits and vegetables along with whole grains and less red meat has long been shown to be a recipe for better health. A new study suggests this diet may also help reduce painful...

Being married may help block dementia

February 19, 2018

Here’s a news flash for people who complain that listening to their spouse chatter on and on is making them lose their minds: A new analysis shows just the opposite is true. Being married may lower...

Is ‘man flu’ a thing? Researcher says yep

February 16, 2018

It’s a staple of comedy routines and TV shows, the tough guy who can run through a brick wall and feel no pain but who becomes a puddle of pitiful, simpering fluff at the first hint of a cold or the...

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Vote daily! Help us win $100k for the children’s hospital

Vote daily! Help us win $100k for the children’s hospital

February 22, 2018

Vote for Florida Gators basketball Coach Mike White in the Infiniti Coaches’ Charity Challenge

A forum for all

A forum for all

February 21, 2018

Celebration of Research 2018 joins students, faculty and staff in an exchange of ideas

A blessing in disguise

A blessing in disguise

February 20, 2018

First-year medical student Oliver Sroka finds life passion for medicine during battle with cancer