Top stories of 2019
Whether a child or an adult, Alison Pittman, PhD, RN, CPN, CNE, clinical assistant professor at the Texas A&M College of Nursing, gives some basic guidelines on how to tell if you should stay home with a short-term, possibly contagious illness.
Joy Alonzo, PharmD, MEng, specialist in the pharmacotherapy of mental disorders and a clinical assistant professor of pharmacy practice at the Texas A&M Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy, explains the difference between common anxiety medications.
Keri Carpenter, MPH, RDN, LDN, CHES, at the Texas A&M Coastal Bend Health Education Center explains how proponents of this popular diet wrongly attribute blood acidity to the foods we eat.
Experts at the College of Nursing explain what you need to know about post-traumatic stress disorder after sexual assault or abuse.
Joy Alonzo, PharmD, MEng, clinical assistant professor at the College of Pharmacy, explains how to safely dispose of expired and unused medicines to protect children, pets and others.
Priscilla Benavides, a registered dietitian and health educator at the Coastal Bend Health Education Center, lists the most sugary drinks and their healthier alternatives.
Paul Holder, PharmD, clinical assistant professor of pharmacy practice at the College of Pharmacy, gives some general guidelines about what to keep in your medicine cabinet and where to store it.