Posts tagged with: "FIU Health"

Why it’s OK to cheat on your diet

Why it’s OK to cheat on your diet

How are you doing on that New Year’s resolution to lose weight? Have you given in to temptation and strayed […]

Cold or Flu: How can you tell the difference?

Cold or Flu: How can you tell the difference?

The flu and the common cold are similar in many ways, but they are caused by different viruses, and it […]

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Flu season worsens, doctors urge vaccinations

It’s official, this year’s flu season is a bad one, and it’s not over. But there’s still time for you […]

Facts women and men should know about cervical cancer

Facts women and men should know about cervical cancer

January is Cervical Cancer Awareness month and the message from the Centers from Disease Control and Prevention is that “no […]

5 tips to bounce back to a leaner, healthier body this new year

5 tips to bounce back to a leaner, healthier body this new year

Everyone loves the holiday season. Spending time with family and friends, sounds of laughter throughout the house, mouthwatering smells radiating […]

What you need to know about preventing cervical cancer

What you need to know about preventing cervical cancer

January is cervical cancer awareness month. Every year more than 12,000 women in the United States get cervical cancer, and […]

5 easy tips to get back in shape after the holidays

5 easy tips to get back in shape after the holidays

The holidays are history, but you’ll still have the wonderful memories, and oh yes, that other reminder of the good […]

4 key ingredients for cultivating healthy relationships

4 key ingredients for cultivating healthy relationships

By Joel Delgado ’12 MS ’17  From the dorm room to the workplace, relationships are a part of our daily […]

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Dr. Eneida O. Roldan

Dr. Eneida Roldan named CEO of FIU Health

Dr. Eneida O. Roldan has been named Chief Executive Officer of the FIU HealthCare Network – which manages FIU Health, […]

Soledad O’Brien selects FIU to kick off Latino in America tour

Soledad O’Brien selects FIU to kick off Latino in America tour

As the No. 1 university in the nation for awarding bachelor’s and master’s degrees to Hispanic students, it’s fitting that award-winning journalist […]

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Educating, enrolling students in health insurance plans

Educating, enrolling students in health insurance plans

South Florida is known to have some of the nation’s highest rates of residents without health insurance. According to the […]

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5 things you need to know about the Chikungunya virus

5 things you need to know about the Chikungunya virus

It’s no secret that mosquitos are a huge headache for residents in South Florida. But what appears to be a […]

U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services visits FIU to discuss affordable health care

U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services visits FIU to discuss affordable health care

On Monday, Nov. 17, United States Secretary of Health and Human Services Sylvia Burwell visited FIU to discuss national and […]

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FIU's infectious disease expert Dr. Aileen Marty

Promoting Ebola awareness

At FIU we are always monitoring and planning for events that might have an impact on the university community. As […]

FIU Health launching a comprehensive health care program for adults with autism

FIU Health launching a comprehensive health care program for adults with autism

Autism doesn’t just affect children. Children with autism grow up to be adults with autism and sometimes specialized attention can […]