Dr. Richard T. Smith assists the first patient admitted to Shands Hospital in 1958 in this historical photo provided by UF Health Shands Hospital. Dr. Smith has died at Big News Network, 1 month ago
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Master's in Forensic Toxicology The Forensic Toxicology concentration is provided by the College of Veterinary Medicine. It focuses on general and advanced principles of toxicology, forensic toxicology and drug metabolism providing a strong ...Yahoo! Malaysia, 1 month ago UF Forensic Toxicology Yahoo! Singapore, 1 month ago
Alternative medicine goes mainstream in the US. Kim Ricci is lying on her back on a table with hair-thin needles stuck in the hollows of her ears, five on each side. Several more puncture her wrists. Ricci, 50, says she was surprised when her ...TheStar.com.my, 3 weeks ago
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — At the conclusion of the first year of UF Health's Personalized Medicine Program, the results are in: The program has successfully implemented a process for genetic testing that helps cardiologists identify which patients may ...Global Hospital & Healthcare Management, 2 months ago UF Health Engages Patients on Advance Directives Scottrade, 2 weeks ago Pharmacogenomics Gains More Traction Pharmacy Practice News, 2 months ago
The University of Florida College of Fine Art s, which comprises the School of Art and Art History, School of Music and School of Theatre and Dance, as well as UF's Center for Arts in Medicine, Center for World Arts, Digital Worlds Institute and ...Universities News, 2 months ago
Barry Byrne, M.D., Ph.D., director of the UF Powell Gene Therapy Center and professor of pediatrics at the UF College of Medicine, has been selected to serve on the U.S. Food andBig News Network, 1 week ago UF pediatrics professor appointed to FDA committee University of Florida, 2 months ago
Scientists have found that interactions between different viruses can trigger dormant viruses to reactivate and cause disease. The researchers believe this explains why cases of herpes can sometimes return after the virus has long lain dormant in a ...Medical News Today, 3 weeks ago New infections cause dormant viruses to reactivate Bionity.com, 3 weeks ago Interactions with other infections can trigger herpes virus to reactivate, shows research News-Medical.Net, 3 weeks ago
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The Alachua County Organization for Rural Needs (ACORN ) Clinic, the University of Florida College of Nursing's Archer Family Health Care practice and the UF College of Medicine'sBig News Network, 1 month ago
(HealthNewsDigest.com) - GAINESVILLE, Fla. - On the football field, sometimes the signs of a concussion are subtle. A player may have taken a tough hit but isn't showing symptoms yet, and either doesn't notice anything is wrong or won't report it ...HealthNewsDigest.com, 6 hours ago
Becker's Hospital Review has named the following hospitals to the 2014 edition of "100 Hospitals and Health Systems With Great Oncology Programs." These hospitals are leading the way in terms of quality patient care, cancer outcomes and research. ...Beckers Hospital Review, 1 day ago
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