A Texas A&M School of Public Health professor examines how prevention efforts have been hampered in the U.S. and what leaders can do to better protect citizens.
As the COVID-19 pandemic is causing major disruptions in our lives, Texas A&M leaders remind Aggies that now more than ever, we must live our core values.
To protect both humans and animals, clients will no longer leave their cars during admissions and discharge, among other changes.
The deputy director of Texas A&M's Pandemic and Biosecurity Policy Program will give the first in a series of weekly Facebook Live COVID-19 updates on Monday, March 30.
William Hodges Mobley died Wednesday, March 25 at the age of 78.
A research team that included a Texas A&M assistant professor found that people with needle/blood sensity or who are high on the moral purity scale are more susceptible to vaccine misinformation.
Social distancing can be an added stress that adversely affects older adults' mental health. Texas A&M experts offer ways to cope.
President Young provides information and resources for students taking classes online, as well as details on what campus facilities and services remain open.
A Texas A&M epidemiologist says those who choose to travel could be giving the coronavirus a free ride to their destination and stops along the way.
Impact of shelter in place of residence.