Medicine Archives

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

UTI or yeast infection: What’s the difference?

November 14, 2019
A breakdown of the differences between these commonly confused infections

Myths and misconceptions about the flu shot

November 8, 2019
A family medicine physician answers commonly asked questions about the flu vaccine

Texas A&M-Houston Methodist visionary EnMed program off to stellar start

November 1, 2019
The inaugural class of 25 students enrolled in the EnMed program celebrated at a symposium held at the Houston Methodist Hospital

Infographic: Gynecological appointment guide

November 1, 2019
Learn how to become an educated, empowered patient before you visit your women's health care provider to have the best chance at receiving high quality, comprehensive care

From microscopes to medical school

October 23, 2019
How one Aggie found connections between research and medicine

7 skin issues to discuss with your primary care provider

October 21, 2019
From acne to eczema, your primary care provider can address most skin-related health issues

MD/PhD student studies fetal alcohol spectrum disorders

October 21, 2019
Research identifies predictors for outcomes of prenatal alcohol exposure

National Depression Screening Day shines light on mental health treatment

October 10, 2019
To bring awareness of the importance depression screening, this annual event will be held on Oct. 10 this year

Advancing cancer care and research

October 10, 2019
Funding from the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas supports multiple Health Science Center cancer programs

Chronic pain: The mental and physical aspects of coping

October 9, 2019
If you live with chronic pain, experts recommend your pain management plan includes considerations for both your mental and physical needs