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Texas A&M celebrates National Public Health Week 2018

April 2, 2018
Texas A&M School of Public Health hosts events in Brazos Valley to celebrate National Public Health Week April 2–6

Cancer survivors’ online communication with doctors

March 30, 2018
Health literacy, demographics among factors that play key role in whether such communication improves quality of life

Perceptions of Public Health Preparedness Capabilities

March 22, 2018
Survey data identifies factors that affect health department perceptions of public health

Why are some individuals forgoing medical care due to cost?

March 20, 2018
Individual, geospatial, and geopolitical factors all play a role in forgone medical care

How regulations impact quality and cost of home health care

March 13, 2018
Can state regulations improve both service quality and the value of government spending?

South Texas goes ‘all-in’ for health care

March 12, 2018
Community health starts for a community at need

Factors affecting state nullification legislation

March 12, 2018
Why states override national laws they view as unconstitutional

Texercise Select: A program to promote healthy aging

March 5, 2018
A new study analyzed the effects of Texercise Select on healthy behaviors

Offshore safety: Are fatigue assessment tools effective?

March 5, 2018
Correctly accessing fatigue is vital for preventing deaths and injuries and reducing economic losses