The Healthcare Leadership Council recognized Texas A&M's Center for Population Health and Aging for making strides in quality and efficiency of care through a patient-centered approach.
A requirement for most teenage athletes, sports physicals aim to catch possible health problems that can make physical activity dangerous.
A Texas A&M entomology professor developed "Black Soldier Fly Bullet" technology that will help the environment and serve as an animal feed protein source.
How worried should we be about these terrifying-sounding bacteria, and what can we do about them?
Texas A&M public health researchers found that older homes with lead pipes, in conjunction with the chemicals used during the water purification process, underlie the problem.
Anti-vaccine attitudes have deeply grounded psychological origins, which may be quite difficult to change.
Higher yields, greenhouse gas mitigation and improved water quality are the ultimate goals of the project funded by a USDA-NIFA grant.
A Texas A&M public health researcher examines journal research quality assurance methods in the field of addiction.
The first cohort in the PhD program will start in spring 2020 at the Kingsville and Bryan, Texas, locations.
Texas A&M served as a "living laboratory" for a study that used software found to be effective in increasing the time an office worker stands and changes position.