Imagine facing this choice: Take medication so debilitating that your entire life could be put on hold for a year, or allow the disease to continue destroying your liver while awaiting a better treatment option.
As detractors and proponents of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act continue to spill rivers of ink on the healthcare market exchanges and functionality of the Healthcare.gov website, quietly, one of the most critical components of “Obamacare” — the state expansion of Medicaid –has been all but stricken from the records in 25 states, including Texas.
One of the most intriguing aspects of humanity is our desire to share stories with one another.
Music is a language unto itself, capable of inspiring people and joining them together.
According to Confucius, leading communities are distinguished by the greatness of their “Wen,” arts of peace, and these communities win each other over not by military or economic strength but through the creation and transmission of great music, poetry, and art.
San Antonio sports teams have always embodied the minority majority nature of the city they occupy.
Three years ago, Rackspace Hosting and NASA decided to team up to tackle a problem they had come to realize they were both trying to individually solve: free-to-use code to help create scalable virtual clouds for companies of every shape and size.
A few weeks ago, I wrote a story about Daniel Edelen, a 16-year-old boy from Winston Churchill High School who is a lymphoblastic leukemia survivor.
Contestants for the annual Leukemia Lymphoma Society’s man and woman of the year are just beginning the two-week home stretch to raise money for the research and treatment of blood cancers like leukemia, lymphoma, and melanoma.
In a building just 13 miles north of downtown San Antonio assembly workers are quietly busy in what appears to be a Star Wars droid manufacturing plant.