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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
Public Health

Early alcohol abuse predicts college students’ polysubstance use

Findings support individualized approach to intervention programs for college students

Hagler Institute announces its largest class of new fellows: 14

Class of 2022-23 includes a Nobel Prize recipient and multiple National Academies-level scholars, plus a distinguished lecturer
Urban Planning

How will climate change influence flooding and pollution in America’s underserved communities? New study seeks answers

This knowledge will prove critical to leaders who must make crucial decisions about infrastructure

More than just hesitancy: Many factors—including war and economics—may suppress vaccination rates in children around the world, a new study suggests

Texas A&M researchers publish findings in the journal PLOS ONE
Health Policy and Management

How can government send more patients to doctors and fewer to emergency rooms? Expand Medicaid, new A&M study says

Researchers analyze more than 80 million emergency visits in four states
Public Health

Small towns without hospitals have trouble keeping nurses, new A&M-Penn-Stanford study suggests

Communities without hospitals experienced a 27% turnover rate during the project’s two-year period

How do seniors cope with pandemic? Team surveys articles to find answers

Findings appear as editorial in Frontiers in Public Health and Frontiers in Medicine
Health Behavior

Major depression episodes are rising among adolescents, especially minorities

Researchers publish findings in the Journal of Affective Disorders