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Pharmacy

Can plastic program your baby to be obese?

May 17, 2016
Chemical found in some plastics could increase risk of obesity, study finds

The future of drug manufacturing: 3D printing may hold the key

April 14, 2016
How new technology may improve the safety and effectiveness of medications

Why people aren’t taking their prescription medications

March 31, 2016
As prescriptions get more expensive, people become less able to afford them, but they may end up paying for it later

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

A new vice dean for a new campus

December 11, 2015
FDA exec joins the Texas A&M Rangel College of Pharmacy

Nixing latex: Building the perfect condom with hydrogel, plant-based antioxidants

November 23, 2015

Texas A&M researcher sets out to create better condom—one that prevents HIV transmission and enhances sexual experience.

Interprofessional education: More than learning together

November 13, 2015
An increasingly precarious physician shortage is making the team approach not only best for the health care system, but best for the patient.

Finding new uses for old drugs: Fighting pain with “club drug” ketamine

October 29, 2015
Researchers at Texas A&M are taking ketamine, a drug that already exists as an anesthetic and is often used as a "club drug," and using it to treat pain.

You Asked: What does Adderall do to your body?

September 22, 2015

As the school year gets into full swing and midterms approach, students may be tempted to use prescription drugs like Adderall to help them study, but taking stimulants without the supervision of a physician can be dangerous.

Men: Is your prescription affecting your libido?

September 9, 2015

Approximately 2.4 million men in the United States live with androgen deficiency – known as low levels of male hormones, specifically testosterone (below 300 ng/dl). While many components impact testosterone levels, some prescription meds may be a sneaky culprit.

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