Research shows South and Midwest regions have greater need for nutrition education, early screening and expansion of specialized outpatient care than other regions
New research shows that primary bans on texting while driving prevent motor vehicle crash-related visits to emergency departments
Southwest Rural Health Research Center finds striking disparities in mortality rates from lung, prostate and colon cancer in rural areas
Texas A&M center issues policy briefs on diabetes diagnosis and access to medical care, diabetes mortality rates and diabetes-related hospital deaths
Cars are safer than ever, but distracted drivers are still a danger on the roads
Although not all states have laws restricting texting while driving, a recent study by Alva Ferdinand, Dr.P.H., J.D., assistant professor at the Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Public Health, indicates if they did, it would save lives.