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School of Public Health researcher analyzes lead contamination levels in Bryan-College Station park drinking fountains

June 22, 2021
Samples from drinking fountains in 56 parks found that 12 had lead levels of two micrograms per liter or more

Supporting the shift toward value-based health care

June 16, 2021
Study shows that when health care providers spend more time with home health care patients, risk of hospital readmission decreases

New web tool to fight antibacterial resistance

June 10, 2021
Technology developed by a School of Public Health researcher takes a decades-old experiment to a new level

Improving telehealth services for Medicaid users

June 7, 2021
Researchers at Texas A&M evaluate the impact of telehealth services on Medicaid patients’ health care use and spending to help officials make critical decisions

Exploring social identity within the anti-vaccine movement

June 4, 2021
A significant portion of Americans socially identify with the anti-vaxx label, presenting potential implications for public health

Researchers use real-world data to investigate impact of race, ethnicity in cancer treatment

June 1, 2021
Results highlight need for more diverse populations in clinical trials

Vanishing visitors

May 27, 2021
Researchers investigate decline in emergency department visits during the COVID-19 pandemic

How COVID-19 spreads in health care settings

May 25, 2021
New study examines how long the coronavirus can survive on surface areas and how it spreads from one surface to another

Study shows sharp decreases in childhood vaccination rates in Texas during the pandemic

May 19, 2021
Declines were greatest for 5-month-old and 16-month-old groups, but no decrease was seen in vaccines given at birth
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