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Texas A&M

Becoming fluent: Using language to change medicine

October 1, 2018
Thomas Dowlearn learns the languages of medicine, business and Spanish to help patients

You asked: What causes blushing?

August 26, 2018
A strong emotion can make your face light up like a cherry

You asked: Why can’t some women breastfeed?

July 2, 2018
Most can, but there are solutions for those who struggle

A scholarship 80 years in the making

June 28, 2018
Sue and Joe Knowles ’50 Scholarship gives back to the place they call home

College of Medicine establishes scholarship in late professor’s honor

June 22, 2018
The V.O. Speights Memorial Scholarship aims to honor a legacy of helping students pursue their goals in medical education

Research on texting while driving shapes Texas law

June 15, 2018
Cars are safer than ever, but distracted drivers are still a danger on the roads

Regina Bentley recognized as a leading nurse practitioner educator

June 6, 2018
Award shines light on excellence of College of Nursing’s Family Nurse Practitioner program

Your social life, or lack thereof, can affect your health

June 1, 2018
Americans are more lonely, and it can be a health hazard

You asked: How much sodium is too much?

May 30, 2018
Take it with a grain of salt, but you’re probably eating too much sodium

Brazos Valley Prenatal Clinic partnership is a win-win

May 30, 2018
Providing life-changing care while enhancing medical education
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