Researchers test methods for correcting misinformed beliefs about vaccines by tailoring messaging to different psychological dispositions
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Unexpected research findings show mental health scores higher than the national average and physical health scores significantly lower for vulnerable Houston communities
An epidemiologist at the Texas A&M School of Public Health explains the distinctions of the three terms.
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Award recognizes Texas A&M faculty members who exemplify transformational learning
Hagler Institute fellow combines United Nations health background with doctoral studies in health promotion to conduct research on worldwide vaccination confidence
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