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College of Medicine

Preventing colorectal cancer with free screenings

March 8, 2019
Texas A&M Health Community Clinic offers free colorectal cancer screenings

Surprisingly painful moments

March 5, 2019

Why does something as small as a paper cut hurt so much? Gabriel Neal, MD, clinical assistant professor at the Texas A&M College of Medicine, explains why superficial afflictions can cause so much pain.

Stress in the health professions

February 28, 2019
Reducing health profession students’ stress now improves their delivery of quality care in the future

Applying a passion to serve rural communities in the Rio Grande Valley

February 22, 2019
Chang, a McAllen native, attends to underserved border populations

Texas A&M simulates disaster to train students in emergency response

February 15, 2019
The largest student-led interprofessional emergency response simulation in the country, hosted by the Health Science Center

Three ways love impacts the brain and body

February 14, 2019
Whether in a long marriage or a new relationship, we explore how love affects the brain and body

Fast facts: Measles comeback

February 11, 2019
With the recent measles outbreak, we discuss what you need to know to protect yourself and your family

Tips to help prevent cervical cancer

January 30, 2019
Get the HPV vaccine, regular screenings, practice safe sex and don’t smoke

Rosylyn James charts her path in reproductive medicine

December 20, 2018
Medical student presents at the American Society of Reproductive Medicine conference

4 ways to boost your libido

December 14, 2018
Suffering from low sex drive? Have no fear, reasonable action items are here