Bravery comes in the shape of a preschooler in a pink tutu. The 3-year-old fought her way through countless surgeries after a vicious dog attack left her with near-fatal injuries.
What used to be called adult-onset diabetes is now hitting children at alarming rates. While San Antonio bears the burden of being the epicenter for diabetes, it is also a hotbed for research.
Because of lessons learned on the battlefields, South Texas patients are receiving lifesaving whole blood transfusions—before ever reaching the hospital.
As researchers and physicians battle against an unpredictable, incurable foe, one patient refuses to let multiple sclerosis defeat her.
There is no one better to give future health care providers pointers on working with patients than patients themselves. These just happen to be trained actors working off a script.
UT Health San Antonio alumna Sharon M. Gordon, D.D.S. ’91, is the first woman dean of UConn’s dental school.
A type of cellular stress known to be involved in cancer and aging has now been implicated, for the first time, in Alzheimer’s disease.
Research findings offer hope for a pill to someday treat alcoholic fatty liver disease.
San Antonio is in the bull’s-eye of an “Alzheimer’s tsunami.” School of Nursing and city of San Antonio officials are working to make the Alamo City a dementia-friendly place to live and thrive.
A physician’s passion to save premature babies was instrumental in the FDA’s approval of a lifesaving treatment for babies with gastrointestinal complications.