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Loneliness linked to increase social media use

February 15, 2018

If you’re feeling a little blue and lonely, new research indicates a good tonic may be to stop doing something that many people find addictive: Engaging in social media. A study tracking 579...

Job stress strains women’s hearts

February 14, 2018

Juggling tight deadlines, time-consuming projects, difficult coworkers and the demands of an overbearing boss are skills many employees must possess in today’s economy. A little stress is good for...

Good mood when getting flu shot may increase vaccine effectiveness

February 13, 2018

Don’t let the needle get you down. While a flu shot is not traditionally a time of unbridled joy, being in a good mood might actually help some people avoid influenza. British researchers recently...

Your favorite breakfast may be hindering your flu vaccine

February 12, 2018

The flu season is underway and people may be congratulating themselves for getting a flu shot, lamenting for forgetting or, in some cases, wondering why they even bothered to get stuck. In recent...

Your dog may help you live longer

February 9, 2018

Good news for parents of pooches: Your dog might help you live longer. New research by a team of Swedish scientists shows dog owners had a lower risk of death from cardiovascular disease and other...

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352Creates 2018

352Creates 2018

February 12, 2018

352Creates invites the UF Health community to join in participatory art-making throughout North Central Florida

UF College of Medicine’s got talent

UF College of Medicine’s got talent

February 8, 2018

Students organize talent show to raise funds for upcoming global health trips

2018 winter flu season update

2018 winter flu season update

February 7, 2018

Alachua County is facing a challenging flu season. Our efforts at UF Health support the health of our community.