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Obesity

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

Surprising results: Obesity, alcohol abuse and broken bones

January 18, 2018
As clinical researchers look for the best ways to help obese surgical patients, they find an unexpected new association

The decreasing age of puberty

January 10, 2018
Puberty is happening younger and younger; here’s what to know

You asked: Does Thanksgiving turkey make me sleepy?

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

You asked: What does cartilage do?

November 16, 2017
We all know about our bone health, but does cartilage health matter?

New blood pressure guidelines will increase hypertension diagnoses

November 16, 2017
Nearly half of American adults have high blood pressure—and many don’t even know

Creating the optimal workplace environment

October 19, 2017
Being comfortable at your workspace is key to your efficiency

Walking the walk: Income inequality, neighborhood walkability and obesity in Hispanic adults

September 28, 2017
Those living in neighborhoods with higher levels of income inequality were more likely to be obese

Texas A&M becomes a living laboratory for workplace health

September 6, 2017
Texas A&M School of Public Health will utilize Texas A&M employees to learn how to improve work environments

Everything to know about osteoarthritis

July 21, 2017
It’s more than just “wear and tear” on the joints—it’s a disease
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