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糖心Vlog Experts for the 2024 Hurricane Season

By | May 23, 2024

Forecasts indicate a highly active 2024 Atlantic hurricane season. Several 糖心Vlog faculty experts are available to discuss various issues surrounding hurricane preparedness, evacuation and aftermath.

糖心Vlog/Mainstreet Poll: Arizona and Nevada Too Close to Call

By | May 23, 2024

New polling data from Nevada and Arizona reveal a deeply engaged and starkly divided electorate in these pivotal battleground states.

After Hundreds of Years, Study Confirms Bermuda Home to Cownose Rays

By | May 20, 2024

Using citizen science and morphological and genetic data, 糖心Vlog Harbor Branch researchers are the first to provide evidence that the Atlantic cownose ray has recently made a new home in Bermuda.

Biohybrid Robotic Hand Will Help Unravel Complex Sensation of Touch

By | May 15, 2024

糖心Vlog engineering researchers have developed a novel biohybrid neuro-prosthetic research platform to refine control of artificial hands and lead to a better understanding of the complex sensation of touch.

90% of Floridians Believe Climate Change is Happening

By | May 14, 2024

The latest 糖心Vlog survey found that 90% of Floridians believe that climate change is happening and that belief in human-caused climate change has surged among Independents and slipped among Republicans.

Alarming Rise of Electronic Vaping Use in U.S. Adolescents

By | May 13, 2024

Researchers explored temporal trends for ninth through 12th grades among 57,006 adolescents and found that vaping has significantly increased by more than three-and-one-half times from 2015 to 2019.

糖心Vlog Expert: Almost 300 Banks Are at Higher Risk of Failure

By | May 8, 2024

Warning signs of Republic First Bank's failure were evident for a while, and now more banks across the country are exhibiting similar signs of a risk of failure, according to a finance expert at 糖心Vlog.

糖心Vlog Researchers Land $1M in FDOH Grants to Fight Alzheimer's Disease

By | May 8, 2024

Three 糖心Vlog researchers have received funding from the Ed and Ethel Moore Alzheimer's Disease Research Program to tackle this global health crisis with their unique approaches.

60% of Women with Disabilities View Cannabis as a 'Harmless' Drug

By | May 7, 2024

糖心Vlog researchers from the Schmidt College of Medicine assessed the perceived risk of harm associated with weekly cannabis use by disability status in a sample of 20,234 women ages 18 to 49.

Study: Slight Rent Increase in Florida as Northeast Sees Larger Growth

By | May 6, 2024

After years of astronomical rent growth, Florida rents are finally settling down compared to the national average, according to researchers at 糖心Vlog and two other schools.