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Federal grant to develop teleforensic remote assistance center

October 9, 2019
Interdisciplinary team will establish a statewide telehealth program to increase access to high-quality care for victims of sexual assault in rural, underserved areas

Students practice mass inoculation during flu vaccine clinics

September 30, 2019
Hundreds of faculty and staff from Texas A&M University receive free flu shots from Health Science Center students

State’s first telehealth program to share forensic nurses’ expertise

September 5, 2019
Texas Attorney General, Texas A&M College of Nursing lead program that allows sexual assault nurse examiners to support rural, underserved areas

4 steps to relieve lower back pain

September 4, 2019
Stretches and exercises may offer lower back pain relief, but you need to know what caused it in the first place to prevent it happening again

The truth about acetaminophen’s effects on vaccines

August 20, 2019
Some people believe taking an over-the-counter fever reducer before a vaccine disrupts the body’s immune response, but that may be false

Breastfeeding: Blocked milk ducts, mastitis and more

August 7, 2019
If you catch a plugged milk duct early, you can prevent further complications like mastitis and even breast infections

The need for better LGBT education in the health sciences

June 26, 2019
Providers in the workforce today tend to lack knowledge of the special health needs of their LGBT patients

What to do if you get a snake bite

June 13, 2019
Remember to stay alert and immediately call for help if bitten by a snake

INFOGRAPHIC: Men’s Health 101

June 6, 2019
Having a conversation with your provider about your health can allow you to enjoy a long, healthy life!