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You asked: Should I get a flu shot when I’m pregnant?

October 17, 2017
Does the shot protect my baby?

Researchers crack the neuro-code for treating women with menstrual period-linked epilepsy

October 9, 2017
A unique platform has been created for clinical trials for catamenial seizures

College of Medicine professor honored with NIH director’s New Innovator Award

October 5, 2017
How a grant from the NIH can help lead to a new, engineering approach to treating diseases

Texas A&M Health Science Center students come together for flu vaccine clinics

October 4, 2017
On-campus clinics offer interprofessional education opportunities

Breast and cervical cancer screening grant has dual purpose

October 3, 2017
$1.35 million from CPRIT will provide uninsured women with free cancer screenings, and students with educational opportunities

Texas A&M Physicians’ Family Medicine Residency earns national recognition for patient-centered care

September 22, 2017
How a commitment to quality care helped Texas A&M Physicians join an elite group of national providers

Texas A&M medical students get hands-on tactical military medicine training

September 19, 2017
Veteran and Texas A&M medical student leads tactical combat casualty care course at Fort Hood

Making the impossible, possible: Alan Leifeste, MD

September 6, 2017
A life held together by service and divided by chapters: Medicine, military and rural health care

A new use for portable ultrasounds in emergency medicine

September 1, 2017
Medical student leads emergency medicine study in Central Texas to get diagnostic momentum in the right direction, sooner

Texas A&M faculty awarded more than $8.6 million from CPRIT

August 22, 2017
Six recently-funded research projects at Texas A&M look to reduce the burden of cancer in Texas

Making the impossible, possible: Mark Ahlenius

August 22, 2017
Aggie Doc dedicates his life to healing children and their communities through medicine

Veteran and Texas A&M med student welcome quintuplets, reality TV show

August 17, 2017
Daniel Hodges learns what true grit is and will be sharing his family’s experience this fall

Mosquito-borne diseases: What to know

August 14, 2017
A guide to keeping yourself safe from infections spread by the pesky insects

A diagnostic tool for viral and bacterial pathogens

August 9, 2017
New technology at the intersection of engineering and medicine is able to identify the disease-causing pathogen—in about an hour

A new model of preeclampsia—and a possible treatment

August 9, 2017
Researchers in different fields work together to understand and treat this condition and its devastating effects on pregnant women and their babies

Major depression study identifies greater improvement for ‘next step’ treatment

August 9, 2017
Texas A&M psychiatry professor helps lead VA study that finds benefit of adding to antidepressant regimen

In Memoriam: John Gelderd, PhD

August 8, 2017
College of Medicine celebrates the life of long-time professor and his 32-years of teaching at Texas A&M

Healthy behaviors may help prevent suicide among veterans

August 7, 2017
Simple habits that promote health and well-being may help reduce suicide risk

Building bridges within the cell—using light

July 26, 2017
How a new technique allows researchers to tune communication between organelles on the scale of nanometers 
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