As of Sept. 1, Texas physicians are required to test pregnant women for syphilis three times.
Currently, one in five people in San Antonio who has HIV doesn’t know that they have it.
Leaders of San Antonio’s medical, academic, and research sectors will discuss how the institutions’ combined bioscience research might impact the city.
The County’s decision comes after Texas grocery giant H-E-B last week discontinued sales of all e-cigarette products throughout its stores.
Lorenzo Gomez’s new book chronicles his three years at Tafolla Middle School in West San Antonio through stories from that time and letters he wrote to his 12-year-old self.
Before the passage of House Bill 170, out-of-pocket costs for diagnostic mammograms could be unaffordable for patients, even those with insurance.
Sales of fruits and vegetables have increased from 612 pounds sold in corner stores on San Antonio’s South Side in April to more than 4,100 pounds at the end of July.
The Loveday family hopes their son’s death will prompt City and County officials to improve safety conditions in the area.
Of the 233,185 households in Texas set to lose SNAP benefits under the proposed change, 75 percent are living in poverty.
Providing sterile needles to IV drug users helps stop the spread of disease and cuts down on costs associated with treating people who have contracted HIV/AIDS or hepatitis C.