January 26, 2023
Rachel Pearson, MD, Pediatrics and Center for Medical Humanities & Ethics, was quoted in this piece. Read More
January 12, 2023
Monica Verduzco-Gutierrez, MD, professor and chair, Rehabilitation Medicine, was interviewed for this CNN podcast. Read More
Global study, supported by Alzheimer’s Association, aims to shed light on COVID-19’s impact on the brain
September 22, 2022
Contact: Will Sansom, (210) 567-2579, email@example.com SAN ANTONIO (Sept. 22, 2022) — Debra Gutierrez of Von Ormy, Texas, near San Antonio has been an active person all her life. An ophthalmology technician at The University of Texas Health Science C …
June 27, 2022
Dr. Monica Verduzco-Gutierrez, Rehabilitation Medicine, is quoted in this U.S. News & World Report story on long COVID treatments and recovery; debilitating fatigue is among the most common complaints of COVID long-haulers. Read story.
April 13, 2022
Dr. Marjorie David, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, is quoted in this San Antonio Report article about the BA.2 variant in Bexar County and how UT Health San Antonio pathology lab is the only one in the county performing genome sequencing to determi …
February 3, 2022
Contact: Will Sansom, 210-567-2579, firstname.lastname@example.org SAN ANTONIO (Feb. 3, 2022) — Monica Verduzco-Gutierrez, MD, professor and chair of the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at UT Health San Antonio and medical director of Rehabilitation Medicine …
January 31, 2022
If you’d been exposed to someone with COVID-19, you have two different pathways depending on your vaccination status, according to Dr. Heidi Worabo, associate professor with the UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing.
January 17, 2022
If you think you might have COVID-19, the first thing you want to do is put on a mask, according to Dr. Adelita Cantu, associate professor with the UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing. For more COVID-19 updates, click here.
January 14, 2022
If you test positive for COVID-19, stay home from work for at least five days, get plenty of rest, and get plenty of fluids, according to Dr. Adelita Cantu, associate professor with the UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing. For more COVID-19 updates …
January 6, 2022
UT Health San Antonio researchers compared results in less-severe and severe COVID-19 cases one and five months after symptom onset.