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Public Health in the Field: Experiences of a Public Health Professional

Published: Mar 20th, 2019

By: Stephanie Pollard Stephanie Pollard has over thirty years of experience in the healthcare field and earned her MPH from the University of Florida in 2004. In this story, she […]

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Deep Learning for Cancer Treatment

Published: Feb 18th, 2019

By: Rachel Lynch Patients suffering from cancer can often feel like they have little to no options when it comes to treatment. Due to the nature of cancer, over time […]

Public Health Professionals, “Don’t You Forget about Me”

Published: Nov 1st, 2017

By: Jazmine R. Quintana, MPH Candidate Interprofessional healthcare: a model that includes members of various sectors of health care to develop a more diverse team of individuals. The result? Improved health […]

Beauty and Body Dissatisfaction in Young Women

Published: Sep 14th, 2017

By: Aviva Ariel-Donges, M.A. We’ve all done it: A friend loses weight, and we compliment her on how great she looks. But have you ever stopped to think about why you […]

Let’s Talk about College Angst: Challenging Mental Health Disparities and Other Conditions in University Students

Published: Apr 21st, 2017

Written By Maria Gutierrez      According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death among people ages 15-34. I know […]

Regular Exercise As A Tool For Better Health In Elderly Populations

Published: Mar 31st, 2017

Written By: Helen O’Keefe Exercise should be such a core part of our lives that it comes as naturally as the daily commute to work or the morning routine of […]

Whats The Squeeze?: Assessing The Nutritional Facts of Juicing

Published: Mar 24th, 2017

Written By: Alexa Thompson Did you enter the new year with a resolution to eat healthier? Were you like me and promised yourself that you’d visit your local farmer’s market? […]

A, B, C,… What you need to know about Vitamin D deficiency

Published: Mar 17th, 2017

Written By: Jessica Spana It can be hard to imagine that a large portion of the population could be deficient in an important vitamin, but almost half of American adults […]

Licensed to Teach: Dr. Hensley on Returning to Academia to Teach Future Clinicians

Published: Feb 24th, 2017

Written By: Alexa Thompson “The people in the department are easy to work with” Dr. Hensley answered when asked why she returned to the University of Florida. Regarding both students […]

WebMD Debunked: evaluating the credibility behind online health information

Published: Feb 9th, 2017

Written By Maria Gutierrez I’m sure the title of this article may have grabbed the attention of some of you. Assuming this article would reveal to you that your once […]