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Inflammation

Improving patient outcomes after heart attack

November 7, 2018
Research finds that a common protein may help “fine tune” inflammation following a heart attack—and determine how well the patient will do

Curcumin shows promise for treating Gulf War illness

March 5, 2018
Texas A&M and Central Texas Veterans Health Care System researchers find component of turmeric effective in treating Gulf War illness symptoms

Collaborative work tackles nonalcoholic fatty liver disease

February 22, 2018
Understanding the mechanism of the development of NAFLD may lead to new prevention and treatment possibilites

Texas A&M and Celltex enter agreement for Alzheimer’s research

February 6, 2018
Celltex acquires intellectual property license, signs multi-year research study with Texas A&M Health Science Center

Modeling Gulf War illness: Knowing the cause of brain dysfunction is key to finding a cure

June 14, 2017
With hundreds of thousands of veterans experiencing long-term side effects of their service, the hunt for a treatment is on

Lyme disease ‘keeps moving and carries on’

May 17, 2017
Texas A&M research looks to shed light on the Lyme disease pathogen, Borrelia burgdorferi, and the ticks that carry it

Breathing in a cure: Inhalable ibuprofen on the horizon

June 30, 2016
Researchers working on inhalable ibuprofen to treat cystic fibrosis

Shift work unwinds body clocks, leading to more severe strokes

June 1, 2016
Research finds living against our body clocks is detrimental to our health

Timing is everything, especially when it comes to eating fatty foods

April 6, 2016
Texas A&M study shows fatty acid palmitate “jet lags” body clocks, which could lead to obesity and diabetes

Protecting an area the size of a tennis court: The lining of your gut

December 16, 2015
Your gut determines friend from foe, and when it senses a foe, it signals the immune system to attack