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Always ready to lend a hand

February 4, 2022
Twin sisters Michelle and Vicky Le have become a fixture at flu and COVID-19 vaccination clinics on the Texas A&M campus and in the community

Heavy cannabis use by female adults associated with lower incidence of diabetes

February 1, 2022
The study found no association between diabetes and cannabis use for female adults who lightly use cannabis nor for male adults with any level or no use

Three Texas A&M Health faculty named 2021 AAAS Fellows

January 31, 2022
The honor presented by the Council of the American Association for the Advancement of Science recognizes meritorious contributions to the advancement of science

Is the air quality inside your home worse than in an office building?

January 26, 2022
With more people working from home, a new study examines indoor air quality in office buildings and single-family homes

New method developed to improve accuracy of disease diagnosis

January 25, 2022
Pathology tests are a crucial part of the cancer treatment process. However, many of these tests are subjective, and even trained experts can disagree on results.

Public health students address real-world challenges in the Brazos Valley

January 19, 2022
Jeffrey J. Hatala’s capstone class works to address transportation issues for vulnerable populations lacking access to health care

Repeated exposure to major disasters has long-term mental health impacts

January 13, 2022
Study finds that Houston residents who experienced two or more hazardous events in the past five years had a reduction in mental health scores

Asthma education program in South Texas shown to improve health outcomes

January 11, 2022
Evaluation of the Healthy South Texas asthma program suggests participation reduced health disparities among children with asthma in a low-income community

Public Health researcher develops new method for teaching biostatistics

January 10, 2022
Method uses computational thinking to impart conceptual statistical knowledge to students without a strong mathematical background