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Texas A&M Health Science Center

Fact or Fiction: ADHD

October 11, 2016
Dispelling the myths and misconceptions of ADHD

Spotting even the smallest tuberculosis infections to save even the tiniest patients

October 3, 2016
How Texas A&M researchers are developing new ways of detecting infection that might be especially helpful in children

Who’s who in your doctor’s office?

September 29, 2016
A breakdown of the various primary care providers you may encounter

Bowel Movements: What they say about your health

September 29, 2016
Your private time in the bathroom can be a good indication of your health

Restoring moisture to the mouth

September 20, 2016
How a Texas A&M researcher is working to improve quality of life for cancer survivors

Can nicotine protect the aging brain?

September 20, 2016
Texas A&M research shows how this component of cigarettes might actually be beneficial on its own

How counselors are using telehealth to reach underserved populations

September 14, 2016
Those with otherwise poor access to mental health care—from veterans and those in rural areas to prisoners—can benefit from what practitioners are calling 'telepsychology'

You Asked: Are my bad teeth genetic?

September 13, 2016
Although rare, there are genetic conditions that affect the mouth