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Science & Nature


Visit the history of sex from ancient era to modern era. Review anatomy, physiology of hormones and genes as well as human development and the impact of new technologies.
HIV, Herpes, Influenza, Ebola, West Nile Fever, Dengue and infections endemic to Florida - all are viruses. What is it about their structure that leads us to label them this way? How do they interact with the body to cause disease? How does the human body combat viruses? How can we use what we have learned to get viruses to work for us? Enlarge your understanding and dispel a few myths.

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As the coronavirus pandemic of 2020 continues to play out in our lives, you may have a fresh appreciation of the importance of keeping one finger on the pulse of populations globally. Learn how the study and practice of Population Health and health improvement aims to help us be safe in this porous, interconnected world.