Public Health Archives

How health care facilities are staying clean during the COVID-19 pandemic

January 22, 2021
From chemical disinfects, to automated room systems using hydrogen peroxide vapor and ultraviolet light, researchers dig deeper into what works best

Supporting first-generation college students in Rio Grande Valley

January 19, 2021
Public health lecturer Krystal Flores receives funding from the Texas A&M Higher Education Center to develop and implement public health interventions in the Rio Grande Valley

Worker safety goes beyond human error

January 14, 2021
School of Public Health researchers study worker behavior and outcomes through two safety models

Peña-Purcell elected to national public health education board

January 12, 2021
Ninfa Peña-Purcell will serve on Society for Public Health Education Board as trustee of Professional Development and Continuing Education

Study: New research on how melanoma grows and spreads

January 8, 2021
Disrupting the metabolic pathway in the initiation, growth and progression of melanoma could lead to development of new treatments

Why some Americans are hesitant to receive the COVID-19 vaccine

January 4, 2021
Study finds likelihood of vaccine refusal highest among African Americans, women and conservatives

Older adults are coping with the pandemic better than younger people

December 18, 2020
In the COVID-19 era, older adults see time differently and are less stressed than other age groups

School of Public Health graduate continues managing HIV/AIDS epidemic

December 16, 2020
Martha Conkling, PhD, remains entrenched in her decades-long passion: tracking and preventing HIV transmission in Sub-Saharan Africa

Common denominators of children repeatedly hospitalized for asthma

December 4, 2020
Research findings could reduce preventable hospital readmission, improve quality of care and reduce health care costs
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