A Texas A&M professor explains how a bad feeling can trigger behavior that leads to something better.
Sharing detection markers means that treatment research has potential benefits for both species.
The evolution of viral tolerance in Myotis bats may help scientists prevent future pandemics, say researchers at Texas A&M.
Excessive sugar intake can take a major toll on your heart, and the amount of sugar that's considered harmful might be surprising, explains a Texas A&M physician.
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The first-of-its-kind analysis used a detailed NatureScore database to assess mental health at the neighborhood level.
Teams compete during the 48-hour challenge to design a video game based on a single prompt.
Dr. Leonard L. Berry is being recognized by the Southeastern Conference for extraordinary achievement in teaching and research.