A new state law requires schools to have bleeding control stations stocked with tourniquets and other equipment designed to stop traumatic bleeding.
The Baptist Health Foundation awarded more than $6 million to 90 area nonprofits working to better people’s physical, mental, and spiritual health.
Of more than 4,000 tests performed locally, 293 came back positive for either influenza type A or B.
SPONSORED: I Care San Antonio, a program providing vision care for those who can’t afford it, is rolling out an expanded initiative for veterans.
The Bexar County hospital system will have operating expenses of $2.02 billion for 2020, up from $1.9 billion in 2019, as it upgrades facilities.
The City of San Antonio has named Dawn Emerick, currently the public health director in Corvallis, Oregon, as its new Metro Health director.
Texas is among 41 states showing significant declines in obesity among children enrolled in WIC.
Ann Stevens announced plans to retire as founding president of BioMed SA early next year, following 14 years of leadership.
A gap in mental health services in San Antonio can result in potentially unnecessary trips to local emergency rooms, an analysis has found.
Commentary: Prevention is our greatest defense against disease, and as of 2019, the CDC has approved vaccines for 16 preventable diseases among children.
The report highlights the city’s recent effort toward ensuring that healthy foods are available on city-owned properties including school cafeterias, daycare centers, and hospitals.