In our global village, what happens in the remote areas of distant continents often makes its way to our back door.
On World AIDS Day, Dec.
The sight of a stray dog or cat is a daily occurrence in much of San Antonio.
Dr. Mark Gilger, pediatrician-in-chief of the Children’s Hospital of San Antonio (CHofSA) walked into one of the country’s leading children’s hospitals and straight into a McDonald’s fast food restaurant.
Most parents would be happy if they never had to step foot in a Children’s Hospital.
It’s difficult not to have been touched by cancer in some way.
Globally, one in nine people do not have access to clean and safe water.
At six months old, J.T. Trimyer could sit up on his own while he continually rocked himself.
While the Ebola epidemic rages on in West Africa, scientists around the world are continuing to search for better tools to diagnose and treat the disease. Current methods of diagnosis require lengthy testing procedures and the virus is often undetectable until viral load is very high, which doesn’t occur until after severe symptoms appear.
Anyone who doesn’t believe access to health care is a problem in our country, our state, or our city, need only look at the Alamodome Wednesday morning.