Research by Jun Wang, MD, PhD, assistant professor at the College of Medicine, indicates that alcohol-seeking behavior may be induced by altering the strength of connections between particular neurons.Read the full article at TIME
Cindy Weston, DNP, RN, assistant professor at the College of Nursing, explains how illnesses other than the flu may result in the same symptomsRead the full article at MSN
Joy P. Alonzo, PharmD, assistant professor at the College of Pharmacy, talks about the benefit of college student networks that promote using naloxone, a medication that reverses opioid overdoses.Read the full article at Houston Chronicle
Andrew Fisher, second-year student at the College of Medicine, is involved with Stop the Bleed program, which trains the public in hemorrhage-control techniques that can save lives.Read the full article at Washington Post
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
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