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South Texas

College of Pharmacy takes on the opioid epidemic

April 16, 2018
Students and faculty launch "Operation Naloxone"

EnMed program obtains LCME approval to move forward

April 3, 2018
Texas A&M and Houston Methodist Hospital will continue development of unique, four-year engineering medicine degree program

South Texas goes ‘all-in’ for health care

March 12, 2018
Community health starts for a community at need

Opioid conference teaches safe, effective pain management

February 19, 2018
By educating prescribing health care professionals, the Texas A&M Coastal Bend Health Education Center seeks to address the opioid crisis as it impacts Texas.

The Rio Grande Valley needs more nurses

January 29, 2018
Texas A&M advances patient care and nursing education

Get to know: Evonne Garcia ’18

January 24, 2018
Forensic nurse turns to Texas A&M to expand her education and help others

South Texas goes ‘all-in’ for health care

December 7, 2017
Community health starts for a community at need

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

Mosquito-borne diseases: What to know

August 14, 2017
A guide to keeping yourself safe from infections spread by the pesky insects

Fast facts: Chagas Disease

August 8, 2017
Learn about the disease often known as a "silent killer"
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