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Editor’s Pick Archives

A sweet pea in the pod: Controlling your gestational diabetes

February 25, 2016
Taking a gestational diabetes class can help put your mind at ease.

Connecting medicine and violence: An early look at forensic nursing

February 23, 2016
How vanguards stepped in to fill a void for battered women, and ultimately, launched “forensic nursing” practice

Developing systematic ways of measuring disaster recovery process

February 22, 2016
Following a devastating hurricane, tropical storm or flooding, how does a community ensure they will be more resistant to damage the next time a natural disaster occurs?

Nurses: The ultimate patient advocates

February 3, 2016
Patient advocacy provides continuity of care, serves as a checks and balances of our health care system

Discovering doctors: How Texas A&M became a national leader of “holistic review”

January 28, 2016
The best scores mean the best physicians, right?

Through death, new life is found: The College of Medicine welcomes new anatomy lab

December 7, 2015
Where medical students meet their first patients: cadavers

Advance care planning: A new normal in health care?

November 4, 2015
Should advance care planning become the new normal in health care? According to Medicare, yes.