New Hemisfair Conservancy programming includes on-site occupational and physical therapists to help families learn to safely enjoy playground offerings.
Fresh fruit and produce will soon be available in corner stores in District 3 to increase access to healthy foods in areas considered “food deserts.”
Dr. Sandra Sanchez-Reilly, who will be inducted into the San Antonio Women’s Hall of Fame next month, discusses the importance of end-of-life care.
San Antonio Street Medicine volunteers travel throughout the city providing medical services to homeless and underserved who may not otherwise receive care.
Of the 83 injuries reported by the San Antonio Fire Department, more than two-thirds needed emergency medical assistance for lacerations, head injuries, and more.
High-tech medical mannequins can show emotion, respond to treatment, and help providers build skills and confidence before working with real patients.
The All of Us program is visiting cities nationwide collecting DNA from people from all walks of life to provide new insights into who gets sick and why.
Lilly Gonzalez succeeds founding executive director Katy Flato, who is assuming the role of chairman of the festival’s nine-member board.
A UT Health San Antonio program helps health care providers in rural communities understand how to provide care for patients with HIV and hepatitis C.
Representatives with the privately-owned provider said a 40-percent decline in patient volume at its San Antonio clinic prompted the closure.