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September 24, 2017

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Dr. Michael Good, dean of the College of Medicine at the University of Florida, explains how "destination medicine" and "innovation" define UF's range of health service offerings.

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The MRI Picture Perfect Program
The MRI Picture Perfect Program

Getting a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) exam can be frightening to a child. Florida Hospital For Children's MRI Picture Perfect program is specifically designed to minimize anxiety and help kids successfully cope with their upcoming MRI exam – reducing the need for anesthesia.

Florida hospitals look at hurricane preps after Harvey
Florida hospitals look at hurricane preps after Harvey

Tampa and St. Petersburg emergency officials are keeping a close eye on how hospitals in Texas are dealing with the disaster. The Bay Area is home to two of the region's largest hospitals: Tampa General and All Children's Hospital. 

Low oxygen leads to fetal brain bacteria in animal model, UF Health researchers find
Low oxygen leads to fetal brain bacteria in animal model, UF Health researchers find

One of the most common forms of stress for a fetus is being oxygen-deprived. Now, University of Florida researchers have studied an animal model and found that reducing oxygen for even a short period of time can drive bacteria from the mother’s body into the fetal brain.

UF Health, Sacred Heart partner on critical care transport
UF Health, Sacred Heart partner on critical care transport

Pensacola's critically ill neonatal and pediatric patients who need air transportation will soon be flown faster and farther through a new partnership between Sacred Heart Health System and the University of Florida Health ShandsCair.

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Why Florida Residents Couldn’t Use Solar Power After Irma Knocked Out The Power
Why Florida Residents Couldn’t Use Solar Power After Irma Knocked Out The Power

In Florida, even though many residents without electricity own solar panels, they couldn’t use them as backup after Hurricane Irma knocked out power.

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