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Dr. Joe McNamara featured by FirstCoast News

Dr. Joe McNamara offers up advice for beating anxiety and settling on sleep in these uncertain times. Dr. McNamara advises: “…counting sheep does not work,” and offers up other, effective techniques for finding slumber land.

Dr. Natalie Dean talks timelines in the Washington Post

Dr. Natalie Dean, a biostatistician at the University of Florida, provides select timeline details of symptoms for COVID-19 sufferers and urges caution when discussing any immediate effectiveness of physical distancing, shelter-in-place and other guidelines.

UF Researcher Ira Longini quoted at length by CNN

Dr. Ira Longini is quoted at length by CNN. He offers up epidemiological analysis and a possible timeline for easing some shelter-in-place guidelines. CNN quotes two other experts who broadly agree with Dr. Longini.

Dr. Robert M. Lawrence in Huffpost

Urges mothers to continue breastfeeding.”Breast milk will continue to provide optimal nutrition and a variety of immunologic factors…”…

John Lednicky, Ph.D. for RollCall:

Public health experts worry about spread of COVID-19 misinformation Some say federal agencies should do more to stamp out misconceptions…

Dr. Natalie Dean in the Washington Post

As social distancing becomes the norm in Florida and across the country, Dr. Natalie Dean, biostatistician with the UF College of Public Health and Health Professions and the UF College of Medicine, talks with The Washington Post to help shed light on just how long this could last…

Dr. John Smulian on WCJB TV20

Expecting mothers have questions about how COVID-19 could affect their health during pregnancy. UF Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology chair Dr. John Smulian talks with WCJB TV20 about what to expect.