Leaders of San Antonio’s medical, academic, and research sectors will discuss how the institutions’ combined bioscience research might impact the city.
*Sponsored* University Health System’s Women’s and Children’s Hospital will be the center of a network of compassionate care that includes reaching patients in the community.
*Sponsored* Focal Point Vision is the only San Antonio ophthalmology practice selected to offer a new treatment technology for people with cataracts.
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 County’s decision comes after Texas grocery giant H-E-B last week discontinued sales of all e-cigarette products throughout its stores.
Commentary: Patients suffering acute, chronic, and intractable pain are being undertreated or refused care outright because of opioid hysteria.
*Sponsored* With “Stop the Bleed” training, the University Health System’s trauma team has equipped more than 8,000 South Texans with a simple approach to controlling bleeding.
*Sponsored* Endeavors Fairweather Family Lodge has served over 250 homeless families in the last 15 years and is looking to expand.
Before the passage of House Bill 170, out-of-pocket costs for diagnostic mammograms could be unaffordable for patients, even those with insurance.
Sales of fruits and vegetables have increased from 612 pounds sold in corner stores on San Antonio’s South Side in April to more than 4,100 pounds at the end of July.
*Sponsored* The Mind Science Foundation’s second annual BrainStorm Neuroscience Pitch Competition is Oct. 15 at the Pearl Stable.