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San Antonio Report: Community Labs founders hope to duplicate local coronavirus testing model across Texas

September 18, 2020
 

This article from the San Antonio Report explained how Drs. Marjorie David and Marsha Kinney, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, advised and provided the paired samples needed to evaluate a new coronavirus testing process of the nonprofit Community Labs, housed by BioBridge Global. Read the story.


San Antonio Express-News: Commentary: How to vote safely in a pandemic

September 17, 2020
 

Dr. Ruth Berggren, Infectious Diseases, shares some recommendations on how people can safely vote this fall and explains the health benefits of civic engagement. Read the commentary.


Dallas Morning News: Voting is good for your health, so long as you do it safely

September 17, 2020
 

Dr. Ruth Berggren, Infectious Diseases, shares some recommendations on how people can safely vote this fall and explains the health benefits of civic engagement. Read the commentary.



COVID-19 makes it even more vital to get your flu shot

September 15, 2020
 

The flu vaccine can reduce symptoms that might be confused with those of COVID-19. In addition, the vaccine can decrease the severity of the illness, reduce hospitalizations and save lives.



Texas Standard: Ask a doctor: If my child goes back to in-person school, what symptoms should I look out for?

September 14, 2020
 

Dr. Fred Campbell, Hospital and General Medicine, answers listeners’ questions about the coronavirus, including symptoms to monitor if your child is going back to school in person, Halloween trick-or-treating, and a possible COVID-19 vaccine, for the Ask-a-Doctor audience of Texas Standard, a radio program produced in the state capital in collaboration with Texas Public Radio […]


News 4: San Antonio ER doctor says get the flu shot as early as possible

September 14, 2020
 

Dr. Ralph Riviello, Emergency Medicine, says while COVID-19 vaccines remain in development, he does encourage everyone to get their flu shot as soon as possible. Read and watch the story.