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Rivard Report: Role-playing exercise shows link between poverty and health care

January 27, 2017

Patients living in poverty can pose a challenge to medical professionals: Some go off their medication, others fail to report to physical therapy, many struggle to lose weight. Read the full story at the Rivard Report



STAT: Scientists plan their own march on Washington

January 27, 2017

Just hours after the Women’s March on Washington ended on Saturday, scientists began to discuss organizing a march of their own. Read the full story at STAT


Mission magazine

Healing starts here

January 27, 2017

Right now, someone is trying to save your life.Scientists are poring over data sets, seeking answers. Theories are being tested on cell cultures, then fruit flies, then animals.Clinical trials follow. This is where healing begins.


Psychiatry professor Dr. Petrich dies

January 25, 2017

Christine E. Petrich, M.D., assistant professor of psychiatry, passed away on Jan. 24. Dr. Petrich was one of the hospitalists on psychiatry inpatient service at University Hospital.


Newsmax: ‘March for Science’ Set for DC on Earth Day

January 25, 2017

  A “March for Science” is set for Washington, D.C. on Earth Day in April, and organizers hope to galvanize scientists to support scientific research and encourage policymaker to listen to evidence.  Read the full story at Newsmax


Fox 29: SAFD and EMS warn of potent drug on street

January 25, 2017

A serious warning, the San Antonio Fire department and emergency medical services say a drug being found on the streets of San Antonio could soon kill if people aren’t informed. Watch the full story on Fox 29


The Christian Science Monitor: March for Science: Why scientists say this isn’t a political protest

January 25, 2017

Many researchers have raised alarms about how science will be treated in the new administration’s policy decisions. Thousands have embraced the March for Science as a wake-up call, but others say a different approach is most constructive. Read the full …


KSAT 12: SAFD officials issue warning about potent form of synthetic marijuana

January 25, 2017

First responders in San Antonio are seeing an alarming rise in people experiencing the effects of synthetic marijuana. Watch the full story at KSAT 12


WMGT 41: Scientists Opposed To Trump’s Policies Are Taking Action

January 25, 2017

Nazanin Zinouri poses for a photo with her PhD degree from Clemson University in Clemson, South Carolina. Watch the full story at WMGT 41


The Guardian: After the Women’s March: six mass US demonstrations to join this spring

January 25, 2017

Hope your feet aren’t sore yet, because come spring, thereare major nationwide marches planned for nearly every weekend. Read the full story at The Guardian


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