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Medicine

You Asked: Can you sneeze with your eyes open?

December 6, 2016
The body’s blinking response is likely there to protect itself from germs

Texas A&M researchers discover a new regulator of mitochondria in invasive cancer growth

November 23, 2016
How the powerhouse of the cell affects the spread of deadly cancers

College of Medicine celebrates Tillman Scholar, Andrew Fisher

November 14, 2016
“The drive to save lives is always pushing me to the next step,” says Andrew Fisher, 2016 Tillman Scholar.

Texas A&M medical students receive $525,000 in scholarships from St. David’s Foundation

July 18, 2016
Five incoming Central Texas medical students received scholarships in an effort to grow the health care workforce

Texas A&M planning to create medical school for physician engineers at Houston Methodist Hospital

June 24, 2016
Program will produce “physicianeers” who will radically change the way that health care is delivered

A new medical model: Patients who use their bodies to teach

June 7, 2016
Specially trained instructors teach students the fundamentals of a physical exam, with their own bodies

Is sweating good for you?

May 27, 2016
Yes, but excessive sweating—or not sweating at all—isn’t normal

Using technology to make physicians better decision makers

May 23, 2016
Like everyone else, health care providers fall victim to biased human reasoning, but computers that think like we do might be able to help

You Asked: How does memory work?

May 17, 2016
At the cellular level, it's a lot like faster networking
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