Flu season is here, and the ever-changing environment and ongoing pandemic may raise a few more questions about how to stay healthy.
In recognition of Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, we are featuring a UF Health child and adolescent psychologist, who discusses her background supporting teens and young adults and shares strategies for preventing acts of self-harm and suicide.
Managing your pain following a visit to the emergency department may seem overwhelming. An emergency medicine physician and principal investigator for the Pain Assessment and Management Initiative discusses holistic approaches to managing pain at home.
Managing pain after an emergency room visit typically involves over-the-counter medications. Our Pain Assessment and Management Initiative team explains how to navigate these types of medications to recover safely.
UF Health Family Medicine provider describes different types of sinus infections, causes and treatments.
Health protocols from the COVID-19 pandemic have also unfortunately contributed to worsening obesity in children. As kids are back in school routines, planning healthy lunches can be one major strategy to lower their risk of obesity.
June is PTSD Awareness Month, which offers a great opportunity to become educated about post-traumatic stress disorder, its symptoms and treatments.
As COVID-19 cases are decreasing and many are getting vaccinated, some of us still have some anxiety about getting back to normal. Here are a few tips for safely emerging back into the world, along with reminders to respect everyone's choices.
UF Health Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery – Jacksonville physician assistant Wendy Ashby debunks some of the most common myths about skincare.
Colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the U.S. It's important to know your risks and get regular screenings.