Commentary: To protect our water – and air and health – we need to limit highway expansion projects and invest in mass transit.
Commentary: Safety must be prioritized over convenience when designing roads in San Antonio.
In Bexar County, health ills stem from differences in housing and transportation opportunities, highlighted by a recent ranking of counties’ overall health.
Childhood trauma leaves lifelong wounds as children don’t automatically overcome these issues when they turn 18.
Did you know San Antonio is the first city in the U.S. to conduct a citywide scavenger hunt for free health, wellness, and physical activity events?
For San Antonio to be at its healthiest, its residents need and deserve safe places to move more and sit less.
San Antonio is more dangerous for pedestrians now than in recent years, and many other largely Latino communities are in the same condition, according to a new report.
Most of us know that physical activity — something as simple as a daily walk, not necessarily as strenuous as two hours of sweaty exercise at the gym — is essential to good health.
Question: Do all San Antonio babies get an equitable start on a healthy life?
All San Antonio residents have the power to create healthier, more walkable neighborhoods.