Doctors aren’t sure of exactly how the flu and COVID-19 might interact, but highly recommend flu vaccines this year.
When astronauts Doug Hurley and Robert Behnken splash down somewhere in the Atlantic on Aug. 2, one of the first faces to welcome them back to Earth will be a UT Health San Antonio trained physician — NASA flight surgeon Stephen F. Hart, MD.
Responding to what he observed in Iraq and is now seeing in coronavirus patients, UT Health San Antonio’s Robert De Lorenzo, MD, is leading a team of researchers in developing a superior breathing tube and an improved suction device to clear airways.
Sandra Osswald, MD, chief of the Division of Dermatology in the Department of Medicine, shares some tips to help protect your skin.
In terms of deaths, no population in the country has been hit harder by COVID-19 than residents and staff of long-term nursing homes.
This new type of ventilator made of inexpensive, widely available materials can help fill the demand created by the spread of COVID-19.