I like a good conspiracy movie as much as the next person.
San Antonio scientists are once again at the forefront of international scientific research.
As the countdown began on Aug.
San Antonio scientists are shedding a spotlight on Neglected Tropical Diseases thanks to a $3.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Thanks to the Goldsbury Foundation and Children’s Hospital of San Antonio, there is a new revolution in medical care. Maria Palma, chef and program director of Culinary Health Education for Families (CHEF), led an exercise Friday morning that is not the sort of thing most physicians experience when attending a medical conference.
Disclosure: This author is the San Antonio Program Director for The Immunization Partnership.
San Antonio is facing an epidemic of enormous proportions: Type 2 diabetes.
Most kids have warts at some point in their lives, usually on their hands or feet.
The excitement in the lab was palpable as Dr. Matthew Gdovin, associate professor in the Department of Biology at UTSA, described the ground-breaking research that may change the way we treat cancer.
In our global village, what happens in the remote areas of distant continents often makes its way to our back door.