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Heart healthy indicators and behaviors in adolescents linked to better cognitive function, according to 鶹ý research

Cardiovascular health behaviors and overall cardiovascular health were directly associated with adolescent brain development and cognitive function, according to 鶹ý research published recently in the journal Mental Health and Physical Activity.

Shannon Guillot-Wright, PhD, at 鶹ý School of Health, is the author of a new paper revealing why Texas shrimpers have worse health outcomes. (Photo by 鶹ý)

Dangerous work, unmet health care needs add up to more deaths, negative health outcomes for Texas shrimpers, according to 鶹ý research

A dangerous work environment and limited access to health care are related to higher death rates and negative health outcomes among Texas shrimpers in the Gulf of Mexico, according to a new study from 鶹ý.

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鶹ý earns five 2024 Top Workplaces National Culture Excellence Awards

鶹ý has been honored with five prestigious 2024 Top Workplaces National Culture Excellence Awards, marking a significant achievement in workplace culture and employee satisfaction.

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Beta-blockers may help decrease bone loss in male patients with dementia, according to 鶹ý study

Men with dementia who were taking beta-blockers showed a slight decrease in the rate of bone loss compared with men who were not, according to a small observational study led by researchers at 鶹ý.






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