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Clues to more deadly thyroid cancers discovered

Clues to more deadly thyroid cancers discovered

Over the last 30 years or so, the incidence of thyroid cancer in the United States has risen threefold, making it the country’s most rapidly increasing form of malignancy.
Updated: 1 months ago
Ebola virus on an ancient family tree

Ebola virus on an ancient family tree

BUFFALO, N.Y. — A new study is helping to rewrite Ebola’s family history.
Updated: 1 months ago
UF researchers studying pulmonary hypertension

UF researchers studying pulmonary hypertension

GAINESVILLE — University of Florida researchers are using the leaves of plants to study new ways to deliver drugs that treat pulmonary hypertension, a disease with few treatment options.
Updated: 1 months ago
Don’t forget vaccinations before overseas trips

Don’t forget vaccinations before overseas trips

Going overseas? Book your shots when you book your flight.
Updated: 1 months ago
Saint Leo University adds tech center

Saint Leo University adds tech center

ST. LEO — Saint Leo University and its business partners this week celebrated the opening of the BB&T Center for Innovation & Technology in the college’s Donald R. Tapia School of Business.
Updated: 2 months ago
Infection specialists offer influenza advice

Infection specialists offer influenza advice

NEW YORK — Each year, 30,000 people die from influenza infection and its complications. In an effort to get ahead of the upcoming flu season, experts at Montefiore Medical Center are raising awareness about the importance of the flu vaccine, wh...
Updated: 2 months ago
Rapid sinusitis test being developed

Rapid sinusitis test being developed

It’s one of the most common — and thorniest — problems health care professionals confront every day: What is causing a patient’s sneezing and runny nose?
Updated: 2 months ago
Newly formed partnership targeting Ebola, Marburg

Newly formed partnership targeting Ebola, Marburg

Researchers in Tennessee and California have joined forces in an effort to bioengineer additional weapons to be used in the fight against Ebola and a related deadly viral infection.
Updated: 2 months ago
UF researchers look into salamanders for human wound scarring clues

UF researchers look into salamanders for human wound scarring clues

The axolotl, a type of salamander, can regenerate lost limbs, regrow its own spinal cord and dodge cancer — which is why University of Florida researchers have created the tools to study how the axolotl’s blood works to heal itself, acc...
Updated: 2 months ago

3 bid to design, build S.R. 56 extension to U.S. 301

WESLEY CHAPEL — Tampa- based Pepper Contracting is one of three Florida construction companies bidding to build the $60 million State Road 56 extension in southern Pasco County....
Updated: 2 months ago

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