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Using silicone wristbands to measure air quality

July 21, 2021
Study finds these inexpensive, convenient devices can measure exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons

Study points to citizens’ demand for Greek health care system reforms

July 16, 2021
Majority of survey respondents said they were willing to pay official fees for health care to avoid out-of-pocket payments

Watson recognized as “Future Leader in the Field of Host-Microbe Interactions” by Infection and Immunity

July 15, 2021
Recognition honors promising early-career scientists who have displayed outstanding work in field of pathogenesis and immunology

Are WIC participants using free benefits toward risky behaviors?

July 13, 2021
Research finds participants decreased prenatal alcohol consumption and increased postnatal smoking

Individual privacy and big data uses in public health: How does the public feel?

July 8, 2021
Study suggests that current U.S. data-protection laws do not reflect the public’s preferences

Texas A&M COVID-19 transmission study expands to adults ages 18-29

July 1, 2021
Researchers aim to answer the question of whether vaccinated individuals can still pass the virus on to unvaccinated people

Racial disparities in prostate cancer explained at genomic level

June 30, 2021
Study finds substantially different biological characteristics in the tumors of African American men, pointing to a possible contribution to higher prostate cancer death rates

What motivates the food buying habits of people living in food deserts?

June 29, 2021
Analysis of a national survey finds that saving money and having better food choices are the main reasons respondents chose food locations

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