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School of Public Health

You asked: Why is my asthma worse at night?

March 13, 2019
If you are experiencing multiple nighttime asthma attacks, then it might be time to touch base with your health care provider

Stress in the health professions

February 28, 2019
Reducing health profession students’ stress now improves their delivery of quality care in the future

Let’s Prepare for the Unexpected

February 19, 2019

Are you prepared if the unexpected strikes? Angela Clendenin, PhD, at the Texas A&M School of Public Health, and Martin Mufich, MSN, RN, at the Texas A&M College of Nursing, discuss some steps you can take to prepare yourself and those you love for a disaster.

Texas A&M simulates disaster to train students in emergency response

February 15, 2019
The largest student-led interprofessional emergency response simulation in the country, hosted by the Health Science Center

Benden elected as senior member of National Academy of Inventors

February 13, 2019
Honor recognizes leaders in patents, licensing and commercialization

You asked: How can I prepare for a disaster?

February 12, 2019
Whether natural disasters or personal emergencies, the unexpected happens and you need to be prepared

Tips to help prevent cervical cancer

January 30, 2019
Get the HPV vaccine, regular screenings, practice safe sex and don’t smoke

Former student’s loyalty brings her back to School of Public Health

August 6, 2018
Public health student from inaugural class becomes faculty member and administrator

Does the United States need a change in health care strategy?

November 1, 2016
How health behaviors lower life expectancy and increase costs