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It’s raining, it’s pouring: 5 precautions to take in flood conditions

Floods are the most common natural disaster in the U.S., and they can occur in any location and cause extensive personal and property damage. Dr. Jennifer Horney from the Texas A&M School of Public Health offers some advice for dealing with flood conditions.

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Texas A&M offers new minor in public health

The Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Public Health is pleased to announce the creation of a minor in public health. Courses will be offered in College Station beginning summer 2015.

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Internet a tool, not replacement, for physician

We’re using the Internet more than ever – checking email, reading up on the latest news and sports scores, even obtaining health information. But regardless what we find about a malady or illness that may be affecting us or someone else, going online does not replace a personal consultation with a physician, says the Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine.

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Baby blues or something more?

Ever heard of baby blues? It’s not the color you’re painting the nursery. More than 70 percent of women show symptoms of unexplained tearfulness, feelings of being let down, and a decreased appetite after delivering a baby.

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School of Public Health receives federal grant to establish maternal and child health program

The Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) has awarded a $350,000, 5-year grant to support the creation of the interdisciplinary program in maternal and child health at the school.

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