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At the peak of the Ebola epidemic last fall came a frightening new possibility: a mutation that could allow the disease to spread through the air. Now University of Florida researchers have dispelled this concern using data from current and past Ebola outbreaks.
HealthStreet Hosts First national of Our Community, Our Health forum During National Public Health Week
National Public Health Week at the University of Florida featured UF HealthStreet’s first national forum, “Our Community, Our Health.” On April 9, this program brought together community members from nine […]
Heart disease and stroke have been the No. 1 killers of men and women in the United States for 100 years, particularly among those with lower socioeconomic status. But new […]
UF study of drug users finds people with ADHA started using at younger age, reports T32 predoctoral fellow
The study’s lead author is Eugene Dunne, a third-year doctoral student in clinical and health psychology at UF’s College of Public Health and Health Professions and a predoctoral fellow in the T32 Training Program, funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse as the University of Florida Substance Abuse Training Center in Public Health. This new training program is directed by Dr. Linda Cottler and co-directed by Dr. Sara-Jo Nixon.