San Antonio Express-News: Telling yourself you’re old can prematurely age you.

March 2, 2022
 

Dr. Fred Campbell, General Medicine, was interviewed for this story.   Read More


Action News 5, Memphis, TN: Best Life: The way you walk can detect disease

March 1, 2022
 

Dr. Mini Jacob, Glenn Biggs Institute, recorded this segment with Ivanhoe News during the pandemic and is featured in this story.   Watch Video


Cancer Network: Mesa Discusses Importance of Pacritinib Accelerated Approval for Myelofibrosis With Severe Thrombocytopenia

March 1, 2022
 

Dr. Ruben Mesa, executive director of the Mays Cancer Center, gives video comments about FDA approval of a new drug for a chronic leukemia.   Watch Video


Medical News Today: Police violence-induced stress may worsen Black women’s health

March 1, 2022
 

Dr. Luz Maria Garcini, of the Center for Research to Advance Community Health and departments of medicine and psychiatry, is quoted in this article.   Read More


University websites to undergo redesign

February 25, 2022
 

Drupal, one of the main UT Health San Antonio web platforms, is being upgraded to offer improved accessibility and navigation. Additional benefits of the upgrade include better security and an easier editing interface for institutional administration teams using Drupal. No action is required by department administrators or administrative personnel. This transition, which has begun and […]


KSAT Q&A: Infectious disease specialist discusses CDC’s new masking guidance

February 25, 2022
 

Dr. Ruth Berggren, an infectious disease specialist with UT Health San Antonio, discusses the new masking guidelines expected to be released by the CDC. Watch video