At the end of October, Cigarroa took over as chair of the Ford Foundation, a nonprofit working to expand educational opportunities and promote social justice in underserved communities.
Bernard Arulanandam, who does vaccine research, is the third UTSA faculty member inducted into the National Academy of Inventors.
The People’s Nite Market moved to Avenida Guadalupe on the West Side of San Antonio to bring produce to a food desert, its organizers say.
Growing up in San Antonio, Taylor Castro always knew she wanted to do something to help her community.
For healthier tamales, suggestions include using more spices in the filling, and using Greek yogurt to make masa instead of lard.
Despite being one of the largest and highest-paying sectors in the city, it fails to compete at both the state and national level, industry leaders say.
After completing 5K runs in all 254 counties, Mary Kaplan started her count over again, pledging to run the counties again to support the other 20 members of the club working toward the same goal.
In a ruling that could throw the nation’s health care system into chaos, Fort Worth-based U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor on Friday ruled that a major provision of the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional — and that the rest of the landmark law must fall as well.
The foundation has given more than $75 million to health-related initiatives since 2005.
The Texas Organ Sharing Alliance works with donor families and organ recipients to provide education and support services.
Study is among the research presented at the 2018 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center.