On Sunday, San Antonians traded brunch chairs for bike seats during two beloved and beneficial events: Síclovía and the Dignowity Hill Pushcart Derby.
The Mayor’s Fitness Council trains student ambassadors to involve local youth in improving the health of our community by encouraging active living.
Health care providers, businesses, and public health organizations are working together to build a more health-conscious Texas, Texas Comptroller Susan Combs said Monday morning as she kicked off the sixth annual It’s Time Texas health and fitness summit.
As CEO of the nonprofit IT’S TIME TEXAS, I often speak to groups across Texas about the health crisis our state faces and what must be done before time runs out.
As we recover from Fiesta, hold our breath for the Spurs, and settle into College Week…we find ourselves in the middle of early voting.
Metropolitan Health Director Dr. Thomas Schlenker has once again asked City Council to support a campaign promoting moderate consumption of sugary beverages.
Mayor Ivy Taylor, H-E-B and Blue Cross Blue Shield Texas, and other members of the Mayor’s Fitness Council (MFC) shared the stage with a cornucopia of fresh fruits and vegetables Tuesday to announce the start of VegOutSA!
As strains of Queen’s “I want to ride my bicycle” blared from the interior of a recumbent tricycle displayed at Dignowity Park Tuesday morning, those gathered to hear the details about this Sunday’s Síclovía also heard that a substantial dent is being made in San Antonio’s obesity rate, at long last.
What is the Mayor’s Fitness Council and what does it do for the city?