Data from the City Health Dashboard shows that San Antonio lags behind other U.S. cities in terms of access to parks and income inequality.
When Henrich discovered he had a rare form of blood cancer, it was a role reversal for him as he has built an extensive career in medicine.
Bexar County first responders saved 1,869 lives in 2017 by administering narcan, a medication that can temporarily stop or reverse the effects of an opioid overdose.
Of the estimated 925 Bexar County women who will be diagnosed with breast cancer in 2018, as many as 180 will die from the disease.
Chromosome 18’s Starfish Dash is a free health and wellness event during Fiesta aimed at raising awareness about chromosome 18 conditions.
Children born with a fatty liver are predisposed to chronic metabolic and cardiovascular diseases such as diabetes.
Amid a national opioid abuse epidemic, Bexar County is still waiting to receive $3 million in state funding to fight opioid abuse on the ground.
Marty Wender’s rehabilitation and recovery puts a new face on his long-repeated claim: San Antonio is Medical City USA.
A procedure called mechanical thrombectomy can result in better outcomes for stroke patients whose symptoms are recognized quickly.
The funding will be used to establish up to 10 board leadership positions, invest in new drug discovery, and support education and training.