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Searching for a solution to blindness

January 9, 2017
How Texas A&M researchers are working to solve diabetes-related vision loss

You Asked: Do I have a thyroid problem?

January 5, 2017
If your thyroid hormones are off, it could throw your body out of whack and leave you down in the dumps or way too wired

Repairing a broken system: Wrong care in the wrong places

January 5, 2017
Why underserved groups use the hospital emergency department instead of a primary care provider, and how we can fix it

Male firefighters not at increased risk of divorce, research shows

December 19, 2016
Female firefighters, but not males, have higher divorce rates than their peers in other professions

Fast facts: What you should know about mumps

December 16, 2016
A disease of the past makes a resurgence in Texas

You Asked: Why do I get the chills when I’m not cold?

December 13, 2016
Adrenaline fuels the hair-raising sensation that accompanies anxiety and emotion

Repairing a broken system: The role of technology

December 11, 2016
How disruptive technologies can help keep the health care team (and the patient) on track

A diet of fruits, vegetables may help kidney disease patients

December 9, 2016
Texas A&M researchers find simple diet modifications may be as effective as medication for kidney disease

Tips for a healthy prostate

December 7, 2016
Take charge of your prostate health with these tips

You Asked: Can you sneeze with your eyes open?

December 6, 2016
The body’s blinking response is likely there to protect itself from germs

You Asked: Can you unconsciously forget an experience?

December 5, 2016
Your psyche is sensitive, and if it blocks an incident, it was for its protection

Texas A&M researchers discover a new regulator of mitochondria in invasive cancer growth

November 23, 2016
How the powerhouse of the cell affects the spread of deadly cancers

Treating diabetes using ‘the pharmacy within’

November 18, 2016
How the gut microbiome plays a major role in the development of type 2 diabetes

A new type of antibiotic: Revisiting antibody therapeutics in treating infections like staph

November 17, 2016
How making tweaks to a previously discarded drug might hold the key to defeating MRSA and other infectious diseases

Managing your diabetes before a crisis

November 16, 2016
Being two steps ahead of diabetes is the key to managing it

Getting girls interested in science

November 16, 2016
How one Texas A&M program is getting middle and high school girls engaged with science

Harnessing a cell’s own ‘self-eating’ behavior to fight cancer

November 14, 2016
How autophagy may be the key to preventing illness and even increasing lifespan

A possible explanation for recurring breast cancer

November 14, 2016
Research at Texas A&M hints that cancer cells evade treatment by ‘eating’ healthy cells

College of Medicine celebrates Tillman Scholar, Andrew Fisher

November 14, 2016
“The drive to save lives is always pushing me to the next step,” says Andrew Fisher, 2016 Tillman Scholar.
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