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Mystery solved? How a common herbicide may have triggered a kidney-disease epidemic in Central America

Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology publishes results of NIH-funded study

Of pets and pathogens: A&M team contributes to first national-data analysis of COVID-19 infections in companion animals

Nine researchers participate in CDC-led study

Arsenic contamination: Breast feeding may reduce exposure for infants in high-level areas, new study indicates

Research team publishes findings in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health

How do bacteria react to nonlethal levels of antibiotics? New algorithm estimates rates of mutation

A&M team publishes findings in the Bulletin of Mathematical Biology

One cattle disease causes half of all feedlot deaths; this new diagnostic tool could save beef industry millions

Funded by USDA, the study targets a common pathogen for bovine respiratory disease

Who is more likely to catch COVID-19: A college student or a non-student?

Two new analyses of research data yield some unexpected answers
Environmental and Occupational Health

Air quality in your home is probably worse than at your office, study says

Interdisciplinary team publishes findings in the journal Atmosphere

Biostatistics for beginners: Method employs computational thinking

New approach is designed for students without a strong undergraduate mathematics background

Early arsenic exposure: Males more likely to suffer long-term lung issues

Study finds little evidence of chronic respiratory effects in females