We are celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander, or AAPI, Heritage Month, and featuring Dr. Kevin Liu, a fellow with the division of cardiology at the University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville. Dr. Liu’s heritage is Chinese, and he is a second year cardiology fellow. Q:…
We are celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander, or AAPI, Heritage Month, and featuring Dr. Jeanette Zhang, assistant professor with the department of surgery and trauma surgeon at UF Health Jacksonville. Dr. Zhang’s heritage is Chinese, and she has been with UF Health for 2.5 years. Q: Tell…
We are celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander, or AAPI, Heritage Month, and featuring Mital Patel, acute care inpatient physical therapist at UF Health North. Patel’s heritage is Indian and American, and she has been with UF Health for one year. Q: Tell us about what you do at…
At UF Health Jacksonville, we are able to have the needs of the patient at heart and have put together a program complete care. When a patient is suspected to have a urological cancer, or has been diagnosed with urological cancer at an outside institution, they can come to UF Health Jacksonville and we provide all the services they need under one roof by one team.
Colorectal cancer, sometimes called colon cancer, is the second most common cause of cancer death in the U.S. and one of the few easily preventable cancers. Most patients diagnosed with colorectal cancer will survive if it is found early enough through screening.
"Diet culture" is becoming more prominent, thanks to influencers on social media and other outlets. A UF Health registered dietitian explains why this can be detrimental and why healthy eating involves more than just healthy foods.
One of the most delicious holidays of the year can unfortunately result in accidents or injuries. Though Thanksgiving is a busy time with plenty of family and friends causing us to multitask between cooking and visiting, a few simple reminders can keep preventable accidents at bay.
November brings with it an influx of cooler weather, winter holidays and moustaches. While some men claim they are just warming up for the winter, many are donning this keratin-based accessory for a more meaningful cause.
The holiday season is upon us, and after safely distancing from family and friends over the past year and a half, many of us are ready to get back to celebrating, showing thanks and creating new memories with our friends and family. Here are a few ways to stay healthy during the festivities.
A UF Health ophthalmologist answers some of the common questions about cataracts, including risk factors, surgery options and recovery.