There is an antidote to being sedentary for prolonged time periods and its associated health risks—the standing desk. What’s more, a study by Texas A&M School of Public Health indicated that standing desks improve productivity.Read the full article at Prevention
Texas A&M University announced that Roderic I. Pettigrew, PhD, MD, will be the first CEO of the university’s new Engineering Health initiative. Pettigrew is an internationally recognized biomedical imaging and bioengineering leader who will join the university as part of the Governor’s University Research Initiative.Read the full article at The Eagle
Timothy Callaghan, PhD, assistant professor at the Texas A&M School of Public Health, mapped out the future of universal health care in America after the American Health Care Act was pulled from a vote.Read the full article at KBTX
Kory Gill, MD, sports medicine specialist with the Texas A&M College of Medicine, explains that how much you sweat is tied to many factors: type of activity, age and genetics.
Research from the Institute of Biosciences and Technology shows that a subspecies of the bacterium Streptococcus gallolyticus appears to actively promote the development of colorectal cancer, which could lead to potential treatment strategies.Read the full article at The Huffington Post
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