Sealing in a smile: Dental students provide screenings for Edgewood second-graders

February 13, 2009
 

More than 750 second-graders from Edgewood Independent School District (EISD) are smiling a little brighter after receiving dental screenings and sealants from dental students at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.


Edgewood ISD students to receive free dental care at UT Health Science Center San Antonio dental clinic

February 10, 2009
 

Edgewood Independent School District second-graders will receive care from dental students at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio during a free dental clinic held in conjunction with the American Dental Association’s National Children’s Dental Health Month.


UT Health Science Center to begin accepting applications for nutrition and dietetics program

February 9, 2009
 

On Feb. 15, The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio will begin accepting applications for its new dual degree in dietetics and nutrition, with classes expected to begin in fall 2009 at both the San Antonio campus and Laredo Campus Extension.


Dr. Carmen Román-Shriver receives national Hispanic ADA award

December 19, 2008
 

Carmen Román-Shriver, Ph.D., R.D., L.D., director of the Nutrition and Dietetics Program being developed at the UT Health Science Center San Antonio, received the Distinguished Trinko Award presented by a member interest group of the American Dietetic Association (ADA), Latinos and Hispanics in Dietetics and Nutrition (LAHIDAN).


UT Health Science Center’s Laredo Campus Extension to hold Halloween health education event on Oct. 31

October 27, 2008
 

The UT Health Science Center at San Antonio is holding a spooky special event, “Freaky Friday,” to give area high school students an introduction to the health sciences through hands-on learning activities.


Robert Wood Johnson Foundation funds UT Health Science Center nursing project to improve quality of care

October 16, 2008
 

We’ve all heard the saying that it’s not worth it to “sweat the small stuff.”