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Frustration nation: Why do men go online to find health information?

Multidisciplinary team publishes their findings in the Journal of Medical Internet Research
Health Policy and Management

Should Medicaid require work? Proposal splits public opinion

Researchers from Texas A&M, Penn State and Utah Valley publish their findings in the Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law

Medical folk wisdom affects health policy and behavior, study says

Nearly all Americans endorse at least some aspects of these widely held but factually inaccurate beliefs
Biomedical Sciences

Civil unrest in Congo worsens outbreak of Ebola, new study says

This African nation faces one of the worst outbreaks on record

When local newspapers close, voters become more polarized, study says

Citizens are becoming less informed about the issues that most affect them and less influential with their lawmakers
Homeland Security

How custom of brideprice creates more recruits for terrorist groups

About 75 percent of the world’s population lives in regions where practice is prevalent, researchers say

Texas A&M University presents Arts & Humanities Fellowships to seven faculty members

Each fellowship includes a three-year grant of $15,000 to support a scholarly or creative project
National Security

Subjugation of women poses threat to U.S. national security, scholar says

Bush Chair Professor Valerie Hudson details implementation of the ‘Hillary Doctrine’ in newly published book

Bush School studies ‘the Asian pivot’ for German client Bosch Stiftung

Project represents school’s first capstone research for an international client