The nonprofit only recently began providing food boxes to residents, but that quickly became the No. 1 service requested.
Issues with real estate and funding had threatened to derail the project aimed at providing health services for a historically underserved population.
The nonprofit RAICES plans to use the funding to hire more attorneys and fund its existing programs and services.
Existing methods for detecting infection include examining body fluid samples to counting white blood cells or using test strips.
The business-versus-calendar day question comes from ambiguity in the City Charter.
Dr. Gregory Aune, a pediatric oncologist and researcher at UT Health, survived his own childhood cancer. His own experience inspired him to become a doctor and advocate for better treatment options.
With the triple-digit temperatures comes increased risk for heat-related illness and death.
Promotoras serve as cultural connectors between hard-to-reach community members and healthcare organizations and agencies in San Antonio.
Local syringe exchange programs may now operate in Bexar County without participants being prosecuted for possession of drug paraphernalia.
A project that analyzes health policies in the nation’s 40 largest cities recognized San Antonio for implementing policy to address community health.