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.
The report says that since 1970, large areas of land have been urbanized, and this strains quality of life in every region.
Texas A&M researchers say vertical farming may be key in feeding our growing global population.
A Texas A&M School of Public Health student and Hagler fellow is combining her United Nations health background with her studies in health promotion to research global vaccination confidence.
The new Texas-specific analysis fills a major data gap for policymakers and business leaders — and shows coming climate change impacts, says Texas A&M professor and state climatologist.
Texas A&M researchers discovered a previously unknown response to indole that could lead to a better understanding of the gut microbiome.
Pandemic experts from Texas A&M's Bush School of Government and Public Service will discuss the virus and possible next steps for decision-makers.
The Texas A&M Gastrointestinal Laboratory has provided veterinary student Marshal Covin with opportunities to explore and expand upon his classroom studies.
Researchers found that African dust has affected local air quality in South Texas in summer and early autumn.
A yearlong contract with Washington County allows the Texas A&M Telehealth Counselign Clinic to bring mental health counseling to inmates at the county jail.