Panelists on Monday offered their takes on what the $37 billion local healthcare and bioscience industry might do to remain on an upward trajectory.
Bexar County Sherrifs Deputy saved the life of a 24-year old male by administering Narcan, the nasal spray version of Naloxone, a medication that can temporarily stop or reverse the effects of an opioid overdose.
A luncheon discussion about the South Texas Medical Center’s history and future impact will take place on Monday, Sept. 24.
The task force has helped establish a 20-person opioid recovery residence for women to live in with their children while receiving addiction treatment.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation awarded the 2018 Culture of Health Prize to San Antonio for its commitment to health equity.
On Saturday Sept. 15, San Antonio will be the site of the of the largest coordinated World Marrow Donor Day, an international effort to increase the number and diversity of donors on the global registry.
The FDA announced on Wednesday it is cracking down on the sales and marketing of electronic cigarettes to teenagers through a “series of critical and historic” measures to address the alarming statistics.
Community health workers will target children with asthma who are at risk of suffering dangerous complications requiring hospital visits.
On Thursday, Peterson will accept the 2018 BioMed SA Award for Innovation in Healthcare and Bioscience for his work in combat-related PTSD.
The Department of State Health Services found a slight increase influenza-like illness reported in Bexar County during the week ending on Aug. 25.