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Obesity Epidemic

Published: Jan 7th, 2013

Dr. Richard Shriner with the  University of Florida, who’s certified by the American Board of Obesity Medicine says at this point, he’s worried about the country’s future.

Daniel Logan, M.D.

2013 The year of possibilities

Published: Jan 4th, 2013

This month, The POST brings you six stories about faculty, staff and students from across UF&Shands who inspire us and remind us that it’s never too late to reach for […]

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A passion for excellence

Published: Jan 4th, 2013

CTSI celebrates inaugural members of its Academy of Research Excellence which includes the Department of Psychiatry’s Jacqueline Hobbs, M.D., Ph.D.

Springhill Ribbon Cutting

A One Stop Shop

Published: Jan 4th, 2013

Dermatology, cardiology, women’s health, psychiatry, pain medicine and many other medical specialty practices, as well as imaging and laboratory services, are now all in one place at the new UF&Shands […]


From Cigarettes to obesity, public health at risk

Published: Jan 3rd, 2013

Public health officials and academics identified cigarette smoking and related disease as the nation’s number one killer and foremost driver of health costs in the 1980s. At that time overeating […]


Matthew Nguyen and Kimberly White: How to talk to your children when tragedy strikes

Published: Jan 2nd, 2013


High-Fat Habits Hard to Break

Published: Dec 27th, 2012

University of Florida’s Dr. Nicole Avena talks about the growing number of studies that have begun to suggest that certain kinds of food can truly be addictive


New Shands facility aims to serve all patient needs at one site

Published: Dec 14th, 2012


Medical specialty one-stop shop at new UF&Shands at Springhill practice in northwest Gainesville

Published: Dec 13th, 2012

When Thursday, December 13, 2012 – 10:30am to 11:30am Where UF&Shands at Springhill 8616 NW 39th Ave Gainesville, FL 32606


Interview with Dr. Richard Holbert about Treatment for Depression

Published: Nov 19th, 2012

For some people, anti-depressants can control the  symptoms of depression. For others, medications fail or can cause harsh side effects preventing people from leading a normal and active life. University […]