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The problem with creating a competitive insurance marketplace

September 28, 2017
It’s all about networks

Expanding authority: State laws on pharmacist-administered vaccinations

September 28, 2017
Research shows that on the whole, states have expanded pharmacists’ ability to give vaccinations

Walking the walk: Income inequality, neighborhood walkability and obesity in Hispanic adults

September 28, 2017
Those living in neighborhoods with higher levels of income inequality were more likely to be obese

Paper, electrons and red tape: Regulatory barriers to adopting health information technology

September 19, 2017
2300 reasons health care hasn’t embraced the digital age

Challenges Hispanic families in South Texas face managing childhood asthma

September 19, 2017
Poverty and language barriers lead to lack of asthma education

A new approach to reducing workplace injuries

September 14, 2017
Cognitive psychology combined with human factors research impacting the workplace

Better understanding type 2 diabetes factors in older Hispanic people

September 13, 2017
Majority surveyed reported never having received diabetes education

Texas A&M becomes a living laboratory for workplace health

September 6, 2017
Texas A&M School of Public Health will utilize Texas A&M employees to learn how to improve work environments

Your ZIP code matters

September 5, 2017
Where you live affects your health