Fighting Fat Is a Tactical Necessity for Military

UWF researchers are collaborating with the UWF Air Force ROTC and Army ROTC to combat sedentarism and promote physical fitness.

Peer Critiques Create Healthy Stress in Nursing Students

The simulation assignments helped nursing students improve their cardiopulmonary arrest scenario skills.

Time Management, Other Tools Help Freshmen Make Smooth Transition from High School to College, Experts Say

Overcoming the challenge can present difficulty, and expectations in college classes can be overwhelming.

Summer Research Symposium Highlights Student Projects

The selected students spent 250 hours or more working on a research project in their program of study and under close supervision of a faculty mentor.

Students Explore Different Health Professions During UWF Summer Camp

The hands-on structure of the camp followed the guidelines of high-impact learning, which is designed to engage students directly rather than have them learn from traditional lecture-style teaching.

Use Caution, Stay Hydrated When Exercising in Extreme Heat

Summer heat does not have to leave you wilted or cause you to skip your normal exercise routine. Make the best of it without putting yourself in danger.

Torso Injuries Present Major Risk to Athletes

Skeletal and muscular injuries are the most common type of injuries and traditionally get the most attention when it comes to prevention.

UWF Student Bryan Daniel showing the database for diabetes patients he wrote for St. Joseph Medical Clinic.

New Web-Based Database Helps Track Diabetes Patients’ Progress

As with all chronic diseases, an important aspect of diabetes treatment involves maintaining the necessary comprehensive prevention and management programs to control the disease.

Research Highlighted at UWF Student Scholars Symposium

More than 180 exhibits representing the gamut of research were on display Thursday at the University of West Florida Student Scholars Symposium.

Professor and post doctoral scholar work on project in the lab.

Youngil Lee Explores Many Benefits of Exercise

Dr. Youngil Lee spends weekday mornings teaching University of West Florida students. He spends many afternoons in his molecular and cellular exercise physiology laboratory located in the Department of Exercise Science and Community Health.