The numbers tell a dynamic story about the College of Health Sciences’ new state-of-the-art building: 30,000 square feet of high-tech equipment and learning space, a fast-climbing enrollment currently at 1,900 students, and more than $6.5 million invested by the …Read More »
There are many reasons almost 40 percent of U.S. households own a dog. Dogs provide constant companionship, give us unconditional love, make us happy and less stressed, teach responsibility to kids (and adults), and provide safety and entertainment. And caring …Read More »
Most of us own a smartphone and can’t imagine our lives without it. It’s our constant companion during the day, and we even sleep with it close by at night. We now spend more time on our smartphone than with
We all have melanin, which gives our skin pigmentation. But some of us — because of genetics and ethnicity — have more than others.
In the past, it was believed the more melanin a person had, the less likely he …Read More »
A Jacksonville University Nursing professor who has devoted years to helping improve patient care and safety is getting kudos nationally for her work and research.
Dr. Teri Chenot of the JU College of Health Sciences was invited to help plan …Read More »
Christine Sapienza, highly regarded throughout the country for her innovative work in speech-language pathology, has been named Dean of the fast-growing college. She began her new role May 28.
With her sights set on maximizing a new Health Sciences building …Read More »
It’s that time of year for kids to bring home their academic report card. But what about their physical activity report card?The good news is that the first-ever U.S. Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth recently came …Read More »
Public Policy Institute hosts Healthcare Conference
The Affordable Care Act and Medicaid expansion were under the microscope at the recent JU Public Policy Institute Healthcare Policy Conference, a forum that featured industry leaders discussing health care exchanges, spiraling costs, and …Read More »