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.
Male breast cancer is a rare disease that forms in the breast tissue of men. It is often detected at a more advanced stage, primarily due to most men not being aware that breast cancer may also affect them.
There is no better time to prepare for hurricane season than right now. Here are a few key steps to plan ahead and stay safe.
We continue celebrating Better Speech and Hearing Month by sharing how speech therapy benefits patients who’ve experienced trauma.
We continue celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month by featuring a Q&A with Dr. Darrell WuDunn, professor and chair of the department of ophthalmology and program director of the ophthalmology residency program at the University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville.
We continue celebrating Better Speech and Hearing Month by featuring how speech-language pathologist can support patients recovering from COVID-19.
We continue celebrating Better Hearing and Speech Month by highlighting speech pathology’s role in neurology.
We continue celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month by featuring a Q&A with Genelyn Baroso, a supervisor in the pharmacy department at UF Health North.
UF Health Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery – Jacksonville physician assistant Wendy Ashby debunks some of the most common myths about skincare.