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3 tips to avoid germs during travel

March 5, 2020
Whether flying on a plane or traveling via train, germs are everywhere and an infectious disease expert discusses how you can protect yourself

Using telehealth technology to provide mental health counseling for inmates

February 27, 2020
County commissioners approve a yearlong contract with Texas A&M that brings mental health counseling to Washington County Jail inmates

Rewriting the narrative of black Americans’ experiences in health care

February 26, 2020
Medical student shares insights and aspirations for health care in the black community

Cirillo named American Academy of Microbiology Fellow

February 20, 2020
Elected among 68 new Fellows based on achievements and contributions to field of microbiology

Texas A&M System Invests Half-Billion Dollars in Texas Medical Center

February 20, 2020
The new facilities, lab spaces and housing in Houston will be home to the Engineering Medicine program

Channeling inspirations into drive

February 19, 2020
Medical student Clyde Fomunung discusses his hopes and dreams as they pertain to the medical field

Mass disaster simulation prepares health professions students for the worst

February 14, 2020
Students plan, coordinate and take part in the nation’s largest interprofessional disaster response simulation

Curiosity and servitude: A medical student’s journey

February 13, 2020
Medical student Mikaila Singleton speaks about her decision to enter medical school and the inspirations that keep her going

Natural compound in vegetables helps fight fatty liver disease

February 10, 2020
A compound in cruciferous vegetables may help fight fatty liver disease

Do the viruses of our ancestors play a role in autoimmune disease?

February 6, 2020
A second-year medical student, Matt David, becomes sole author on an article published in a genetics journal

Drug shows promise for treating cognitive problems and inflammation in Gulf War illness

January 17, 2020
The compound, monosodium luminol, shown to improve cognitive and mood function and reduce inflammation in a Gulf War illness model

What to do about the “winter blues”

January 7, 2020
Roughly 5 percent of Americans—or about 16.4 million people—experience seasonal affective disorder every year

Deadly ‘superbugs’ destroyed by molecular drills

December 13, 2019
Texas A&M, Rice-led research shows motors kill bacteria, revive some antibacterial drugs

5 tips for healthy holiday travel

December 11, 2019
If you plan to travel during the holidays, keep these tips in mind for a memorable—and safe—trip

New hope for sex-specific personalized medications for brain disorders

December 6, 2019
Texas A&M team identified a key neural mechanism for sex-specific treatment of epilepsy and neuronal excitability disorders

7 ways to raise a well-rounded child

December 5, 2019
From attachment issues to healthy relationships with food, parents play an integral role in helping their children live their healthiest lives

Sweetwater family physician finds joy in connecting with patients

December 4, 2019
Former College of Medicine family medicine resident, Jennifer Liedtke, MD, announced as the Texas Academy of Family Physicians' Member of the Month

The before and after: Heart attacks, strokes and pulmonary embolisms

December 2, 2019
Heart and vascular disease are two of the most common causes of death in the United States

Humble beginnings

November 22, 2019
The winding journey of a student in the MD/PhD program at Texas A&M

Fast facts: Eastern equine encephalitis

November 15, 2019
What do you need to know about this potentially deadly mosquito-borne illness?

Surviving flu season

November 15, 2019
A family medicine physician explains the importance of getting your flu vaccine during this year's flu season