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Students learn compassionate care through street nursing

A single event in 2010 changed the country of Haiti. The same event — a magnitude 7.0 earthquake — also changed the way a UT Health San Antonio nurse views homelessness. Like many health care professionals, Diana Cavazos, PhD, MSN, CMI, RN, then a scho …

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5 ways to keep your heart happy and healthy

February is American Heart Month, a time to raise awareness about heart disease, the number one killer of men and women in the U.S. The good news is that many forms of heart disease are preventable or treatable, in consultation with a primary care provider or a cardiologist. By taking steps to help keep your heart happy and healthy, you can feel empowered, improve your overall wellness and live your best life.

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UT Health San Antonio scientists tie obesity to Alzheimer’s-related genes

Obesity in midlife and in women most closely linked to dementia Contact: Will Sansom, 210-567-2579, SAN ANTONIO (Feb. 22, 2023) — In a new study, researchers from The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UT Healt …


UT Health San Antonio teams up with San Antonio Brahmas to deliver game-day care

  UT Health San Antonio is the official sports medicine provider for the San Antonio Brahmas, the local XFL football team.     FEBRUARY 19, 2023: The St, Louis Battlehawks against the San Antonio Brahmas at The Alamo Dome on February 19th, 2023 in …

Ratna K. Vadlamudi, PhD, professor of obstetrics and gynecology, with Suryavathi Viswanadhapalli, PhD, assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology (right).

New hope for treating the toughest cancers 

Ratna Vadlamudi, PhD, works with his research team of the Mays Cancer Center at UT Health San Antonio to discover additional purposes for FDA-approved drugs, bringing new treatments to battle age-old diseases.


Twenty-Four Seven: A podcast about caregiving

The Texas Public Radio podcast, “Twenty-Four Seven: A Podcast About Caregiving,” presents a thoughtful and helpful tool offering guidance to families and friends with loved ones experiencing dementia. In season three, host and longtime NPR journalist Kitty Eisele explores the importance of how caregivers are portrayed in popular culture. The podcast is proudly sponsored by The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio and its Biggs Alzheimer’s Institute.



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