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New Health Research Study Measures Effect of Mental Health on the Body1
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Using our four aims, Assessment, Service, Education, Community, HealthStreet is able to provide people a voice in research and their community’s health.
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UF Health: The Power of Together
Written by: HealthStreet Volunteer Phoebe Jin With Halloween coming up, the days are getting shorter, houses are starting to look spookier, and candy is filling the aisles of supermarkets. Before […]
There are many different symptoms of breast cancer and many women report no symptoms at all. This is why mammograms and breast exams are extremely important tools for detecting it […]
Research at HealthStreet: Is your age affecting your emotions? A new study is attempting to find out!
Researchers in the department of Clinical and Health Psychology in the College of Public Health & Health Professions at the University of Florida are currently investigating how the mechanisms of experiencing emotion […]