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Our story: Challenge Accepted

October 9, 2019

Learn more about UFCVM's impacts on animal, human and environmental health.

Malaria’s spit solution: New grant will aid development of diagnostic test

October 8, 2019

A new $1.29 million grant from the Global Health Innovative Technology Fund will support Dr. Rhoel Dinglasan’s work to develop a novel saliva-based malaria diagnostic test.

UF scientists: Gut microbe finding in mice may help protect pregnant women from malaria

UF scientists: Gut microbe finding in mice may help protect pregnant women from malaria

August 28, 2019

UF scientists report that gut microbes living inside the intestines of pregnant mice may provide a key to assessing pregnancy risk, and even outcomes, in human populations.

Thin, silver nanowires may hold key to flexible and safe touchscreens

Thin, silver nanowires may hold key to flexible and safe touchscreens

July 10, 2019

UF researchers are part of a team of scientists that found an unexpected ability of cells to bend metal determines the safety of a material being used in next-generation touchscreens.

Animal Airwaves

Keeping the lead out of chickens

October 14, 2019

We now know that chickens with high lead levels often lay eggs with excess lead, too. So, how can you help prevent your chickens from ingesting lead? Start by having...

Vomiting in Dogs: What it Means, When to Worry (original air-date Nov. 30, 2018)

October 11, 2019

Vomiting is one of the most common reasons people take their pets to the emergency room. Although the causes for vomiting can benign in some cases, such as a dog...

International pet adoptions and infections

October 11, 2019

Animals face dire conditions in certain parts of the world. But before you bring one home, be aware that you could be transporting infectious diseases, too. Last year, a puppy...

First aid after feline falls

October 10, 2019

Even the most intrepid feline climbers and leapers can fall. That’s when we need to monitor them for problems that require veterinary care. Some injuries are obvious right away but...

A diet designed to block feline allergies

October 9, 2019

Nearly 20 percent of cats in shelters were surrendered because their humans were allergic to them. But these stats may change if a cat allergy-blocking diet is found to be...

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