Growing up

Years ago, children with congenital diseases often did not get to grow up. Now they do, and parents and doctors can focus on the challenges these children face along their road to adulthood.

July/August 2011

Tiny feet and one big problem

With monthly help from UF farrier Jody Schaible, Buttercup the mini miniature horse can walk comfortably.

A Gator by way of Tennessee

Ann McGuire Grooms didn’t originally intend to work in sports medicine, but she’s glad she took the detour.

Beads of hope

Sofia Zuniga, 9, learned to make jewelry in the hospital. Now, she is donating proceeds from her jewelry-making to help kids with cancer.

The little center that could

The College of Nursing’s nurse-managed Archer Family Health Care is celebrating its 10th year.