*Sponsored* When a speeding car lost control and struck a pregnant woman, medical personnel at University Hospital’s trauma center worked to save mother and baby.
The City will argue in multidistrict litigation that a flood of opioids pouring into cities and counties nationwide has destroyed families, taken lives, and sapped tax dollars and resources from the community.
The pastor of First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs joined a panel at the annual Pathways to Hope mental health conference Saturday morning.
*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.
A program designed to reduced overdose deaths is part of a $17.5 million contract awarded in March to expand naloxone use statewide.
Using mouse models provided by UT Health San Antonio, researchers have discovered a new population of stem cells that they hope could repair damaged teeth.
Christine Arredondo, who owns a gourmet olive oil shop in San Antonio, estimates she uses four or five different olive oils with her meals on any given day.
Family Tapestry, a division of The Children’s Shelter, assumed the role of finding paid foster care placements for children and young adults on Feb. 1.
UT Health San Antonio comprises five schools and several research centers and institutes whose work includes research and clinical care.
City Council reviewed elements of next year’s $2.9 billion budget focused on improving the quality of life for vulnerable families and children.
The dogs are employed full time in San Antonio, where they spend their workday at local hospitals, working with staff and first responders.