Research Archives

Improving diabetes outcomes for people living in South Texas

September 28, 2020
Study of a Texas A&M diabetes education program shows participants achieved and maintained reduction in average blood sugar levels

Mitigating the dangers of excavation

September 24, 2020
Texas A&M research team awarded million-dollar grant from the National Science Foundation to develop interface to augment excavator spatial awareness

Combating fear of falling in older adults

September 21, 2020
Study on Matter of Balance fall-prevention program shows great benefits for older adults

Can boiling and adding lemon to tap water make it safer to drink?

September 8, 2020
Researchers tackle the challenges associated with using chlorine to purify water

Texas A&M Health receives more than $5.7 million from CPRIT in fight against cancer

September 4, 2020
CPRIT has advanced scientific and clinical knowledge and provided 6.6 million life-saving cancer prevention and early detection services reaching Texans

Opioid prescriptions for knee surgery vary widely from state to state

September 4, 2020
Strength of the average prescription is at levels linked to an increased risk of overdose death

Publishing health guidelines alone is not enough to improve health outcomes

September 1, 2020
School of Public Health study shows strategic communication is key to informing relevant audiences about health guidelines

School of Public Health researchers awarded grant for purchase of real-time air quality measurement device

August 28, 2020
The proton transfer reaction time-of-flight mass spectrometer will establish the mRAPiD Core Lab, making Texas A&M a leader in disaster research response

Researcher develops new method for use in historical control trial designs

August 27, 2020
New method proves more effective and accurate in determining number of individuals needed for historical control trials than existing techniques
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