Public Health Archives

Down the Drain: Pharmaceuticals and personal care products in the water

January 10, 2017
Does your drinking water contain antibiotics and sunscreen? It might have more than you think.

Repairing a broken system: Wrong care in the wrong places

January 5, 2017
Why underserved groups use the hospital emergency department instead of a primary care provider, and how we can fix it

Factoring in the human in offshore operations

December 20, 2016
Mehta, Peres receive National Academies’ Gulf Research Program grant to explore how fatigue affects offshore workers

Teens’ use of e-cigarettes rising, according to Surgeon General report

December 12, 2016
Report calls youth e-cig use ‘major public health concern.’ Can further policy help?

Repairing a broken system: The role of technology

December 11, 2016
How disruptive technologies can help keep the health care team (and the patient) on track

A leader in history and public health ethics joins Texas A&M

December 1, 2016
Texas A&M School of Public Health welcomes Amy Fairchild as new Associate Dean of Academic Affairs

Bringing produce to the food deserts of South Texas

November 30, 2016
Issues of access and cultural sensitivity inform interventions in border communities
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