In less than one week, 34 individuals and I will celebrate the end to one chapter in our books and we will begin the next one in what will be a life-long journey with health and wellness.
The Rivard Report is seeking a freelance writer to cover public health and wellness issues in the community.
The holidays are here.
The diet industry weighs in at billions of dollars a year in advertising and marketing come-ons, with billions more of published words devoted to the latest fad diet.
Dr. Thomas Schlenker has 40 years of experience as a practicing pediatrician and nationally-recognized public health official.
Thirty contestants strutted their stuff on a long, white runway in the ballroom of the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center Saturday afternoon: striking posses, waving to a screaming crowd and showing off fancy new clothes with walks of confidence.
The beginning of the year always brings with it resolutions.
It’s an unusually crisp Saturday morning, where beneath the backdrop of a picture perfect blue sky Tim McDiarmid is in the midst of her weekend routine, navigating through the crowd and picking out local fare from the farmer’s market.
San Antonio’s food palate has matured immensely over the last few years and locals are demanding more creative food options with a local flare.
As we watched the nearly 200 guests mill about at the Slow Food South Texas Harvest Gala at the Botanical Gardens last Saturday, it became clear that the slow food movement has caught on here in San Antonio. In a city where obesity is prevalent and a chain restaurant can be found on almost every corner, it was refreshing to see so many people brought together by the idea that good, clean and fair food should be accessible to everyone.