Public Health Archives

The public health laboratories of democracy

July 16, 2018
Understanding law as a public health tool

Communication key to addressing global health challenges

July 9, 2018
One public health professor’s quest to improve global public health through culturally appropriate interventions and communication

Global Institute for Hispanic Health awards inaugural seed grants

June 29, 2018
Inaugural seed grant funding awarded to four teams

‘Active’ savings: Benefits of a community wellness program

June 28, 2018
Measuring physical activity improvements and medical cost savings of health and wellness interventions

Research on texting while driving shapes Texas law

June 15, 2018
Cars are safer than ever, but distracted drivers are still a danger on the roads

Health at work: Addressing chronic disease in the workplace

June 14, 2018
Texas A&M and University of Georgia researchers conduct trial of workplace-tailored disease self-management program

Appiah named Carnegie African Diaspora Fellow for second time

June 6, 2018
Scholars born in Africa who are now based in the U.S. and Canada are paired with scholars in Africa on mutually beneficial academic activities

Texas A&M faculty-led company acquired by Varidesk

June 6, 2018
Research-based student desk designs impacted children’s health and classroom management

You asked: How much sodium is too much?

May 30, 2018
Take it with a grain of salt, but you’re probably eating too much sodium
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