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  1. Innovation, discovery and scholarship took center stage during Celebration of Resident and Fellow Education and Research Day, held June 10 at the University of....

  2. ‘It was quite the ride’

    Reflections were aplenty as UF COMJ recognized 118 graduating residents and fellows. Mark Hincapie, MD, thinks back to the long days and arduous tasks that gre...

    Reflections were aplenty as UF COMJ recognized 118 graduating residents and fellows. Mark Hincapie, MD, thinks back to the long days and arduous tasks that gre...

  3. Saving a lifesaver

    Dr. Joseph Tepas’ life changed the day he walked into Katie Caples’ hospital room. The 17-year-old looked like the pediatric surgeon’s own da...

    Dr. Joseph Tepas’ life changed the day he walked into Katie Caples’ hospital room. The 17-year-old looked like the pediatric surgeon’s own da...

  4. It sounds like a stereotype when someone says women’s hearts are more sensitive than men’s, but science is proving it’s true. “Our biol...

  5. The clock started ticking for Rocco Marrese when the 71-year-old was on his lunch break at Morgan & Morgan law office in downtown Jacksonville. 11:30 a.m.....

  6. Rahim Mohamad endured an excruciating pain in his neck for four very long years. It gave him migraine headaches, kept him awake at night, and shot down through...

  7. Imagine waiting in line for hours to take your kids on a theme park ride, only to be kicked off because you’re too heavy. Imagine being turned away at a....

  8. The first step to control a stroke is to break down the clot or stop the bleeding that caused it, but that’s only the beginning of a stroke emergency. Th...

  9. Seconds count when someone has a stroke, but an accurate diagnosis can take time. Thankfully, technology is constantly improving the speed and accuracy with wh...

  10. You may know the signs of an ischemic stroke and the need to hurry to the hospital in time to get the “clot busting” drug, but the signs and recomme...

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