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You are what you eat? Food fights disease

July 28, 2015

Dashwood explores how to take the most beneficial parts of food and use them to fight cancer, heart disease and other ailments.

A beginner’s guide to working out

May 5, 2015

Physical activity is important and can bring with it a plethora of health benefits. However, for people who are just getting into the habit of regular exercise, it can be difficult to determine where to begin. There are a few tactics and tips people can use to help them fit activity into their day and make it a regular occurrence.

Texas A&M Health Science Center partners with St. Joseph Health System to customize health and wellness care for seniors

April 29, 2015

New partnership will provide a forum for research to improve the unique health care techniques for aging populations and utilize a team approach to further the common mission of supporting the overall health and wellness of our community.

The cost of taking (or not taking) flu antivirals

January 27, 2015

With the uptick in flu cases and only a 23 percent effectiveness among the flu vaccine this year, the flu is beginning to reach epidemic proportions. Antivirals, including Tamiflu, are one of the biggest lines of defense against the flu, but some are questioning if they really work.

Texas A&M Launches ‘Healthy Texas Initiative’ – A Land Grant Approach to Healthier Lives

June 17, 2014

Leaders from Texas A&M and the Texas Senate announced the launch of the Healthy Texas Initiative as part of the newly created Texas A&M Institute for Public Health Improvement.

Preparing for pregnancy: Healthy choices prior to conception just as vital

January 15, 2014

Many women are unaware that their actions prior to becoming pregnant are just as important.

Tips for Healthy Holiday Shopping

December 3, 2013

Black Friday marked the official start to the holiday shopping season, and while shopping for gifts represents charity, love and generosity, it can pose some surprising risks to our health.

Texas A&M Evidence-Based Program awards five mini-grants to Brazos Valley area organizations

November 12, 2013

The Texas A&M Evidence-Based Program, in partnership with the Brazos Valley Area Agency on Aging, recently awarded five mini-grants to aid in the implementation of community health and wellness programs in the Brazos Valley area.