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Telehealth may be key in helping mitigate the obesity epidemic

July 15, 2020
A randomized trial reveals that telehealth individual counseling is effective for helping rural residents maintain weight loss

Researchers analyze risk perception of chronic health conditions among college students

July 14, 2020
Study at two Texas universities shows need to educate students on cardiometabolic risks associated with cigarette smoking, especially male and minority students

Sex education for older adults

July 10, 2020
Study shows need for sexually transmitted infection education

New COVID Investigation Operations Center to help Texas A&M safely resume in-person classes this fall

July 8, 2020
The unique interagency agreement between Texas A&M and Brazos County Health District aims to contain COVID-19 transmission on campus

Social isolation: The COVID-19 pandemic’s hidden health risk for older adults

July 8, 2020
The same stay-at-home recommendations meant to protect older adults from COVID-19 can also leave them feeling isolated and lonely

Public health professor Kenneth McLeroy remembered as top of his field

July 7, 2020
McLeroy among the most impactful public health scholars through his influence on research and practice

Bringing the Aggie spirit to Austin: Aggies help Texas officials better understand COVID-19 data

July 1, 2020
Three public health students dedicated five weeks to making ‘a real difference’ for the state of Texas

Center for Population Health and Aging receives Innovators in Aging Award

June 26, 2020
Active for Life® program recognized for creating opportunities for improved physical and mental health for older adults
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