The rate of pregnancy-related deaths in Texas has nearly doubled since 2010. Between 2011 and 2012, 189 Texas mothers died within one year of giving birth.
Insomnia is the single most commonly reported symptom among military service members returning from deployment.
UT Health San Antonio is granting exclusive global licenses for two biologic therapeutics to AlaMab Therapeutics, a Chinese pharmaceutical firm.
During the Texas Legislature’s 85th regular session lawmakers produced bills aimed at improving mental health throughout the state.
San Antonio leads the state in infant opioid withdrawal, with one-third of all infants who suffer residing in Bexar County.
The program-sponsored event is the first of three in a 90-day peace initiative aimed at reducing shootings and killings in the community.
Dr. Ruben Mesa will relocate to San Antonio from Phoenix, where he currently is deputy director of the Mayo Clinic Cancer Center.
NuStar Energy employees traveled from across Texas to cook nearly 3,000 pounds of brisket, chicken, sausage, and ribs for the Haven community.
Colleen Bridger, the city’s new Metro Health director, wants to make the healthy choice the easy choice for San Antonio residents.
Fifty children at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes spent a week playing games, sampling healthy foods, and learning about good nutrition at Camp PowerUp.