Two people have garnered recognition for creating new programs to fill unmet patient needs – a food pantry and an innovative urology department.
Community health leaders joined together on Wednesday to discuss bridging the life expectancy gap between north and south San Antonio.
The study by UTSA’s Brian Hermann falls within the field of oncofertility, a medical specialty that brings together oncology and reproductive medicine.
On Sunday, San Antonians traded brunch chairs for bike seats during two beloved and beneficial events: Síclovía and the Dignowity Hill Pushcart Derby.
Worried that Republicans will unspool crucial Obamacare safeguards, Ann Justi and Don Boyer married more than six months sooner that they had planned.
Now in it’s fifth year, the H-E-B Alamo Run Fest will draw thousands of runners and health aficionados to the Alamodome on April 1 and 2.
“Community health needs assessment” were part of a broader package of rules to ensure that nonprofit hospitals justify the tax exemption they receive.
The Mayor’s Fitness Council trains student ambassadors to involve local youth in improving the health of our community by encouraging active living.
Xenex, a San Antonio medical technology startup that builds germ-zapping robots, scored some major national attention Monday afternoon on NPR’s Here and Now.
Award-winning radio host Diane Rehm joined forces with Planned Parenthood of South Texas at its annual fundraiser luncheon Thursday.