Public Health Archives

What happens when a hospital is full?

April 23, 2019
Hospitals strategize in different way keep accepting new patients, but sometimes they need to send them elsewhere

Understanding the implications of Deer Park

April 22, 2019
Researchers investigate environmental and health implications of petrochemical plant fire

Research on new “treatment-before-deposit” policy in China

April 15, 2019
Texas A&M and Jiangsu University research the impact of patients receiving care before paying on patient satisfaction and physician trust

Opioid project moves to final round of the X-Grants

April 11, 2019
Proposal to study the opioid epidemic and intervention approaches moves to the final stage

When is the best time to get a flu shot?

April 9, 2019
Vaccination close to the influenza season may provide optimal protection

What do patients say about doctors online?

April 8, 2019
As patients go online to share experiences with physicians, the School of Public Health researches patient online reviews

Connection between air pollution and Alzheimer’s disease

April 3, 2019
2.4 million, multi-university NIH study on air pollution’s impact on Alzheimer’s and dementia-related diseases

Texas A&M celebrates National Public Health Week 2019

March 29, 2019
Texas A&M School of Public Health hosts events in Brazos Valley to celebrate National Public Health Week April 1–6, with numerous activities open to the public

Laws against texting while driving reduce emergency room visits

March 21, 2019
New research shows that primary bans on texting while driving prevent motor vehicle crash-related visits to emergency departments
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