Medicine Archives

COVID vaccines and infertility: Fact vs fiction

March 18, 2021
No evidence supports the claim that COVID-19 vaccines harm fertility or pregnancy

Could a common diabetes drug slow down aging?

March 16, 2021
A drug that treats type 2 diabetes shows evidence of preventing age-related cognitive dysfunction

Smoking cessation drug may treat Parkinson’s in women

March 3, 2021
College of Medicine researchers find evidence for the use of a drug that reduces the loss of dopamine neurons in female animal models

How does long-term spaceflight affect vision?

January 14, 2021
College of Medicine researchers team up with NASA to help find solutions for astronauts that develop spaceflight-related eye conditions

Amy Waer named College of Medicine dean

January 5, 2021
Waer served as interim dean of the college since September 2019

5 tips for a healthy holiday season this year

December 17, 2020
As the unprecedented year comes to a close, it’s important to be mindful of our physical and mental health

The coronavirus vaccine: A doctor answers 5 questions

December 16, 2020
Jason McKnight, MD, a primary care physician at the College of Medicine, answers five questions about the rollout and distribution of the coronavirus vaccine

Shetty awarded Department of Defense grant for new research on Veterans with Gulf War illness

December 10, 2020
New collaborative work to likely provide evidence as to why Gulf War illness is worse for some veterans compared to others

Texas A&M to grow medical education in Round Rock and surrounding area

December 10, 2020
In a statewide effort to grow the health care workforce, Texas A&M College of Medicine aims to expand its Round Rock campus

Does giving make people happier?

December 1, 2020
A review of the research shows positive neurological effects associated with giving

POV: Is it important to screen for prostate cancer?

November 30, 2020
It is important to have a discussion with your health care provider to see if screening for prostate cancer is right for you

POV: The importance of screening for testicular cancer

November 30, 2020
When detected early, the survival rate for testicular cancer is extremely high

EnMed student receives Outstanding Engineering Graduate Student Award

November 23, 2020
Lamees El Nihum received the award for her extensive work and dedication to both engineering and medicine

5 ways to keep diabetes under control

November 19, 2020
Controlling your diabetes is more important than ever during the COVID-19 pandemic and flu season

Two Texas A&M Health faculty named Regents professors by The Texas A&M University System

November 18, 2020
Faculty recognized for exemplary contributions in teaching, research and service

Texas A&M, Baylor Scott & White Health announce reimagined partnership

November 17, 2020
Building on a 40-year relationship, two long-standing Texas institutions make good on years of investment in training health care providers through major expansion

Coping with election time stress

October 26, 2020
As election season collides with the pandemic, a psychologist gives advice for tending to our mental health

College of Medicine to host leading epigeneticist

October 23, 2020
Founder of cancer epigenetics to further research interests and collaborate with College of Medicine faculty and students

Could a nasal spray of “nanovesicles” repair brain cells?

October 22, 2020
Researchers dig deeper into potential therapy for brain diseases and injuries

Summer Research Program receives NIH funding

October 20, 2020
Grant will allow 50 underrepresented minority undergraduates from the Texas A&M University System to participate in biomedical research projects

Southerland wins second place poster at Postdoctoral Research Symposium

October 20, 2020
Her research involves the role of antimicrobial compounds in fighting infections that occur in cystic fibrosis patients
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