We sit down with Jeffrey D. Cirillo, PhD, a Regents' professor in the Department of Microbial and Molecular Pathogenesis at the Texas A&M College of Medicine, to discuss his work on diagnosing diseases like tuberculosis quickly stopping the spread of the infection.
Andrew Harper, MD, child and adolescent psychiatrist and clinical professor at the Texas A&M College of Medicine, explains attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), common symptoms, medications and why it's no longer referred to as ADD.
October in National Bullying Prevention Month, so it's a great time to talk about bullying and what parents, teachers, health care providers and community members can do to prevent and stop these behaviors.
For breast cancer awareness month this October, listen to a breast cancer researcher explain her work on why some women get breast cancer, while others don't, and why they can have very different outcomes.
Work procedures: what are they? Learn what's important about writing and following work procedures and effects on worker health and safety in this episode of Work Factors.
Researchers explain their work on epigenetics and what it has to do with cancer prevention and the chemicals in foods like broccoli and cabbage.
What does ergonomics actually mean? And what does it have to do with your keyboard? Find out on this first episode of Work Factors.
A political scientist, Timothy Callaghan, PhD, and an economist, Michael Morrisey, PhD, both at the Texas A&M School of Public Health, explain the different proposals for health care reform.
For National Menopausal Awareness month, a registered nurse explains how you will know you are in menopause and what to expect during that time period.
Robert Alaniz, PhD, research assistant professor at the College of Medicine, explains how the microbes that live in (and on) all of us affect our health.