In this Wellness Talk episode, and as part of Lung Cancer Awareness Month, we talked with Lindsey King, Ph.D., about the ins and outs of tobacco cessation treatment.
As part of National Nutrition Month, Family, Youth and Community Sciences Assistant Professor Catherine Campbell, Ph.D., joined us to discuss the benefits of seasonal eating habits and how to support sustainable growing practices.
In this episode we discuss health disparities faced by the African American community as well as the social determinants of health with College of Public Health and Health Professions Clinical Assistant Professor Brittney Dixon, Ph.D.
In this episode, we discuss how to create and sustain healthy habits with GatorCare Wellness Manager Mallory Rubek.
In this episode, we discuss the outcomes and prognosis of patients with lupus with Mark Segal, M.D., Ph.D., UF College of Medicine Chief of Division of Nephrology, Hypertension, and Renal Transplantation.
In this episode, we discuss lupus and ongoing research efforts to address this autoimmune disorder with UF researchers Laurence Morel, Ph.D., Erika Moore, Ph.D., and Tracoyia Roach.
In this episode, we discuss healthy eating habits with Jonathan Vredenburg, UF Health-Jacksonville’s Employee Wellness Program Manager.
In this episode, we discuss mental health awareness and the stigma associated with mental health as it relates to depression and anxiety with Catherine Striley, Ph.D., associate professor at the UF Department of Epidemiology.
In this episode, we discuss diabetes awareness, prevention and access equity with UF Diabetes Institute Director for Health Equity Initiatives Ashby Walker, Ph.D.
In this episode, we discuss empathy and the impact it has on our health and well-being with UF’s School of Human Development and Organizational Studies in Education Assistant Professor Hannah Bayne, Ph.D.
In this episode, we discuss cardiovascular health, disparities in access and the impact of healthy living with UF Division of Cardiovascular Medicine Associate Professor Monica Aggarwal, Ph.D.
In this episode, we discuss stress and burnout health outcomes and prevention with UF College of Medicine Director of Wellness Programs Lisa Merlo Greene, Ph.D.
In this episode, we discussed mental health disparities experienced by people of color and other marginalized groups on a university campus with Ernesto Escoto, Ph.D., Counseling and Wellness Center director.
In this episode, we discuss suicide prevention, warning signs and the resources available for those who may need help with UF Health Director of Clinical Services Joseph Munson, Ph.D.
In this episode, we discuss mindful living with UFHR Communication and Worklife Director Angie Brown.
In this episode, we discuss the concept of Health Literacy with UF Health Science Center Libraries Nursing and Consumer Health Liaison Librarian Maggie Ansell.
In this episode, we discuss grief and coping with loss with UF Innovation Academy Adjunct Lecturer and lead facilitator and creative director of Guts and Glory Gainesville Taylor Williams.
In this episode, we discuss intuitive eating, dieting and red flags within nutritional trends with UF’s Department of Recreational Sports Dietitian and Assistant Director for Nutrition Jessie Furman.
In this episode, we discuss prediabetes prevention with Department of Community Health and Family Medicine Professor and Vice-Chair for Research Arch Mainous, Ph.D.