Public Health Archives

Federal grant to develop teleforensic remote assistance center

October 9, 2019
Interdisciplinary team will establish a statewide telehealth program to increase access to high-quality care for victims of sexual assault in rural, underserved areas

Students practice mass inoculation during flu vaccine clinics

September 30, 2019
Hundreds of faculty and staff from Texas A&M University receive free flu shots from Health Science Center students

First study evaluating free-floating bike-share system on university campus

September 30, 2019
School of Public Health researchers find 1/3 of university population quickly adopted bike program

Focusing on the human impacts of flash floods

September 27, 2019
Personally impacted by rushing flood waters, Garett Sansom to develop the first flash flood casualty database in hopes of developing better safety interventions

What is “Medicare for All”?

September 27, 2019
A political scientist and an economist explain Democratic presidential candidates’ proposals for health care reform

Holding negative beliefs about aging is a health hazard

September 23, 2019
During national Healthy Aging Month, discover research-proven ways to age healthfully and stay well

How does space travel impact health?

September 23, 2019
Study to investigate possibility of developing first-ever international medical database for retired astronauts

Shedding light on antibiotic resistance

September 16, 2019
Researchers examine ultraviolet-based treatment of antibiotic resistance genes in wastewater

Empowered woman empowering women

September 12, 2019
Continued education empowers physician, mother and researcher to help women create healthy homes for their families