Pegasus Magazine | Our Brains on Food

College & Campus News
August 11, 2022 by
What we feed our bodies not only affects our physical appearance but our brains and cognition, as well. A growing body of research shows diets rich in whole foods and plant-based foods increases our wit and decreases our risk of disease. Associate Lecturer Leslee D’Amato-Kubiet ’13PhD shares her insights and personal story in the latest […]

UCF Nursing Grad: Unity Will Help Defeat Coronavirus

April 15, 2020 by
A UCF Nursing alumna and nurse at Orlando Health shares her story from the frontline of COVID-19. “Every day I wake up wondering, ‘Is today the day I am going to have to care for someone infected with the virus that has the whole world quarantined?’, ” writes Michi Leonardo ’18BSN. Read More

UCF Staffer Helps Coronavirus Relief Efforts by Sewing Face Masks

March 27, 2020 by
Chris Dantes, a grants specialist in the UCF Office of Research, is one of the many people across the country who has taken up the effort of sewing homemade face masks for first responders and medical personnel. While the homemade masks are not adequate protection for healthcare providers, they may help bridge the gap until […]


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