DateMedia Report
October 26, 2018 Texas A&M Study shows Significant Digital Divide in China with Low Usage of Online Health Resources
September 27, 2018 Texas A&M Research on a Mobile-Based Health Intervention for HIV Patients in China shows Promising Results
January 10, 2018 Texas A&M Researches Whether Online Communication with Doctors Improves Cancer Survivors’ Quality of Life
December 7, 2017 Texas A&M Research in China showed Regular Exercise Significantly Reduced Risk of Dementia
October 11, 2017 Texas A&M on a Mobile-Enabled Tool to increase Exercise in Older Adults
September 13, 2017 Texas A&M on the Digital Divide and Health Disparities in China
February 16, 2017Texas A&M Receives Funding for Studies on Disparities in Use of Online Health Resources and Antibiotic Contamination in Soils
January 26, 2017Texas A&M Researcher Finds Perceived Social Norm Predicts HIV Behaviors in China
Oct 21, 2016Medical Travel Today. Spotlight: Y. Alicia Hong, Ph.D. associate professor,
Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Public Health
Oct 5, 2016Fox News. Seniors Still Lagging in Use of Internet Health Resources.
Sept 20, 2016 Reuters. Seniors still lagging in use of internet health resources
August 31, 2016Texas A&M Research Indicates Digital Health Divide is Narrowing in Older Adults, but Not for All
July 29, 2016International Medical Tourism Journal. Risks for Chinese patients
going US
May 17, 2016Texas A&M on Challenges in the Rapid Growth of Medical Tourism and Telemedicine
February 11, 2016Texas A&M Innovative Approaches in the Fight against Cancer
November 19, 2015Bloomberg News. Psychiatric Care Group May Tempt China's Anxious Investors
July 23, 2015Texas A&M Research on Mobile Technology increasing Physical Activity among Senior Cancer Survivors
August 30, 2013 Reuters. Online tools may boost breast cancer patients’ mood