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Education

Managing your diabetes before a crisis

November 16, 2016
Being two steps ahead of diabetes is the key to managing it

Which over-the-counter cold medicine is best for you?

October 17, 2016
A foolproof guide to kicking your cold symptoms

Metabolism: What is it and can it be controlled?

October 13, 2016
Surprise! Your metabolism can be managed, and you have the power to do so!

Confronting Violence, Improving Women’s Lives exhibit visits Texas A&M

September 26, 2016
National Library of Medicine exhibit on forensic nursing makes stop at Texas A&M

Preventing back-to-school illnesses

September 19, 2016
What parents should know about keeping their kids healthy this year

Pink eye: What you need to know

August 4, 2016
The in's and out's of the pesky pink infection

Breaking baby’s (and mom and dad’s) bad habits

July 28, 2016
How to identify bad manners and encourage a well-behaved ‘little’

Shifting norms: Communication strategies during hospital shift changes

June 21, 2016
Working to make the hand-off of nursing care as seamless as possible