UF Health podcasts and articles on research and clinical advances at UF Health Shands Hospital.
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Check out healthy recipes submitted by alumni. Want to share a recipe? Email email@example.com.
Dr. Brian Taschner is a cardiologist in Fort Myers, Florida, and an avid athlete who completed the Spartan Beast obstacle course and race. Founder of Vibrant Beat, an educational platform that promotes healthy lifestyle habits, he hosts lecture at venues throughout the community to promote the benefits of a plant-based diet on cardiovascular disease.
Dr. Kavita Rajasekhar is a public health physician in NYC, serving as Associate Medical Director for a worker health protection program. She recently completed culinary school training at the Natural Gourmet Institute, a health-supportive, plant-based program, with an internship at Purple Kale Kitchenworks. Kavita enjoys learning and practicing knowledge on the healing properties of food and other lifestyle measures, especially yoga.
Gator Arts & Medicine
View art submissions from alumni. Want to share your work of art? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Avan Armaghani, an oncologist in Tampa, Florida, who enjoys dabbling in photography, captured this image in February at the Retirement Home for Horses at Mill Creek Farm in Alachua.
Sonja A. Rasmussen, M.D., a professor in the UF College of Medicine’s departments of pediatrics and epidemiology, shares her passion for emphasizing the beauty in Gainesville and North Florida. The picture was taken during a boat ride on Santa Fe Lake.
Gator family fun
Check out these Gator-themed resources for the whole family.
Watch this step-by-step tutorial on how to draw Florida’s mascot: the alligator.
Break out the orange and blue crayons and express your Gator spirit with these printable coloring pages.
Learn how the sky gets its orange and blue hues with this step-by-step science experiment.
An appropriate activity for children ages 3 to 8, this experiment uses an orange to demonstrate why things sink and float.