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Nearly 80 percent of Latino youth suffer childhood trauma

November 15, 2017

Latino kids exposed to many traumas tend to have higher obesity rates, future health issues, anxiety, aggression and substance use; and lower language, literacy and math skills.

Research: 4 in 5 Latino kids suffer childhood trauma

November 14, 2017

These children fall behind their peers in academic, physical and emotional development, but culturally sensitive programs and policies can reduce trauma and improve early childhood development, school readiness, emotional well-being and health in Latin …

Save on co-pays at Employee Health & Wellness Center

November 14, 2017

If you’re enrolled in UT SELECT medical insurance, you can save on co-pays and other fees at the UT Health & Wellness Center.

Dr. Nadeau named to ACGME Review Committee for Family Medicine

November 14, 2017

He is professor and residency program director in the Department of Family & Community Medicine

Dental student wins basic science research award at Hinman Symposium

November 13, 2017

School of Dentistry third-year student Thomas Nguyen won an award in basic science research at the 23rd annual Hinman Student Research Symposium.

UT Health San Antonio wins System Health Trails Challenge

November 13, 2017

Congratulations to UT Health San Antonio for winning the University of Texas System Health Trails Fall 2017 Challenge!

Science Expo introduces high school, college students to health professions

November 13, 2017

The hands-on event is designed to introduce students to the wide array of health-related and biomedical professions available to them.

Applications sought for Pepper Center Rapid Response grants

November 10, 2017

Awards are for aging-related basic, clinical and translational research.

Message from the President: New faculty bolster city’s growing biosciences stature

November 10, 2017

These nationally recognized experts are innovative leaders in cancer, Alzheimer’s disease and kidney disease.

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Science Expo Nov. 11 will give 1,500 teens a hands-on introduction to health careers

November 10, 2017

 WHAT:           Approximately 1,500 high school and college students from throughout South Texas will learn how to perform dissections, intubate manikins, start an intravenous (IV) line, immobilize “patients” for transport in an ambulance and much mor …

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