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Obesity’s role in cardiovascular disease and…

Dr. Alexis Simpkins co-authored JAHA commentary analyzing a study linking body fat to cardiovascular disease and stroke risk.

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Prolonged brain dysfunction in COVID-19 survivors

In The Conversation, Dr. Chris Robinson discusses COVID’s impact on the body after acute symptoms have resolved.

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Latest on Parkinson’s treatment, research…

Dr. Michael Okun co-authored wide-ranging review of Parkinson’s disease.

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Researchers In the spotlight

Toffler Scholar Spotlight: Adithya Gopinath

Learn about the research and experiences of Adithya Gopinath, who earned Toffler Scholar Research and Leadership awards in 2020.

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Sleep saboteurs

In Ocala Style Magazine, Dr. Michael Jaffee discusses the importance of sleep on brain health and offers advice for better sleep.

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Steve’s journey: From stroke to recovery

Learn how members of the UF Health Comprehensive Stroke Center team helped an Alachua County sheriff recover after suffering a stroke.

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