Dr. Lisa Cleveland, of the School of Nursing, and her team went to the UNT Health Science Center on Jan. 28 to provide 9,000 doses of Narcan nasal spray. Students there led a training on how to administer the medication.
Study results indicate that the tree bark extract and exercise work equally well, but use different pathways.
Study is first to compare Nexrutine to exercise for prostate cancer Contact: Rosanne Fohn, (210) 567-3026, email@example.com SAN ANTONIO (Jan. 27, 2020) – Researchers from UT Health San Antonio are the first to show that Nexrutine, a natural supplement made from the bark of cork trees, is as effective as exercise in preventing the progression […]
Wellness 360 is the sixth facility in Texas to receive this designation.
News media contact: Rosanne Fohn, (210) 567-3026, firstname.lastname@example.org Superior HealthPlan: email@example.com Sixth facility in Texas to meet strict criteria SAN ANTONIO (Jan. 14, 2020) – Superior HealthPlan has named UT Health San Antonio’s Wellness 360 pediatric practice a Superior HealthPlan Foster Care Center of Excellence. The recognition means that Wellness 360 has met more than […]
Kimberly Davis, D.N.P., M.S.N., RN, ACNS-BC, received the award for the comprehensive behavioral health screening program she developed.