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The University of Florida received nearly $7.5 million in federal funding for diabetes research in 2013. Learn about other accomplishments in the UF College of Medicine that are paving a path to preeminance in the latest edition of Florida Physician magazine – now available for download in the iTunes app store.
Each year, nearly 10,000 patient visits occur through UF Health diabetes clinics. Providing access to a comprehensive clinical care team is our top priority. UF Health board-certified diabetes clinicians and educators work together to offer some of the most advanced diabetes-related technologies and resources available.
Dental hygiene is a cornerstone of diabetes management. Research faculty at the University of Florida are moving advancements in patient care forward through understanding of the important connections between diabetes and oral health.
Residents in Marion, Putnam, and Suwannee counties can now take advantage of a new education series offered by UF/IFAS to help control and prevent the growing burden of diabetes and prediabetes throughout the state.
Planning for communities where children can walk or bike to school could improve health and save money, according to University of Florida urban and regional planning Professor, Ruth Steiner, PhD, director of the Center for Health and the Built Environment,