By

Rae Lynn Mitchell

Removing drugs from wastewater

June 3, 2019
Texas A&M environmental chemist and colleagues found a way to safely remove pharmaceuticals in urine during the water decontamination process

Why some states have more generous insurance mandates for autism

May 30, 2019
Citizen and state ideology determine generosity of autism insurance mandates

Investigating hospital readmission reduction efforts

May 27, 2019
Study analyzes the impact of various strategies on readmission rates at two leading Texas hospitals

Graduating public health senior gives commencement address

May 10, 2019
From Broad Street Society trailblazer to commencement speaker, Emma Watson credits academic success to opportunities within her reach at School of Public Health

Diabetes-related hospital mortality affected by geography

April 29, 2019
Research shows South and Midwest regions have greater need for nutrition education, early screening and expansion of specialized outpatient care than other regions

Researchers study community factors related to diabetes

April 29, 2019
This study is one of the first to explore regional factors associated with diabetes prevalence at the county level in Texas

Integrated Public Health Core Program diversifies education

April 26, 2019
The new integrated program changes the way master’s students think, focusing on populations at the outset while also solving real problems.

Understanding the implications of Deer Park

April 22, 2019
Researchers investigate environmental and health implications of petrochemical plant fire

Research on new “treatment-before-deposit” policy in China

April 15, 2019
Texas A&M and Jiangsu University research the impact of patients receiving care before paying on patient satisfaction and physician trust

When is the best time to get a flu shot?

April 9, 2019
Vaccination close to the influenza season may provide optimal protection