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Diabetes

Combating type 1 diabetes with a healthy, balanced diet

June 6, 2018
A diabetes expert explains why a low-carb diet for type 1 diabetes patients can be problematic later in life

You asked: How much sodium is too much?

May 30, 2018
Take it with a grain of salt, but you’re probably eating too much sodium

Brazos Valley Prenatal Clinic partnership is a win-win

May 30, 2018
Providing life-changing care while enhancing medical education

Research explores urban-rural diabetes disparities

May 23, 2018
Texas A&M Southwest Rural Health Research Center policy brief finds higher rate of diabetes complications and even death in rural populations

Healthy South Texas tackles Rio Grande Valley food deserts

May 14, 2018
New initiatives brings fresh fruit and vegetables to colonias in need

South Texas goes ‘all-in’ for health care

March 12, 2018
Community health starts for a community at need

Untimely immune cell clocks may contribute to obesity and diabetes in shift workers

February 5, 2018
Texas A&M researchers discover the effects of shift work on immune cell clocks may lead to metabolic disorders

South Texas goes ‘all-in’ for health care

December 7, 2017
Community health starts for a community at need

You asked: Does Thanksgiving turkey make me sleepy?

November 21, 2017
Your meal played a part, but you can pardon the turkey

Remembering Andrew Sutter, Class of 2020

November 3, 2017
Class of 2020 remembers their fellow student this All Souls Day

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