Rivard Report: Memoriam: Bartell Zachry (1933-2020), Builder and community leader

June 11, 2020
 

Bartell Zachry, the scion of an international engineering and construction powerhouse who quietly served for decades as a sought-after community leader, died Wednesday at the age of 86 after a long battle with multiple system atrophy, surrounded by Mollie Steves Zachry, his wife of 60 years, his four children, and numerous other family members. The […]


News-Medical.net: Study shows thinking and walking speed usually decline together

May 6, 2020
 

Do thinking and walking go hand in hand in determining the health course of senior adults? A study published by UT Health San Antonio researchers found that, indeed, the two functions often parallel each other in determining a person’s health trajectory. Read the full story.


ScienceDaily: Cognition and gait speed often decline together, study shows

May 5, 2020
 

Do thinking and walking go hand in hand in determining the health course of senior adults? A study published by UT Health San Antonio researchers found that, indeed, the two functions often parallel each other in determining a person’s health trajectory. Read the full story.


Medical Xpress: Cognition and gait speed often decline together, study shows

May 5, 2020
 

Do thinking and walking go hand in hand in determining the health course of senior adults? A study published by UT Health San Antonio researchers found that, indeed, the two functions often parallel each other in determining a person’s health trajectory. Read the full story.


Bioengineer.org: Cognition and gait speed often decline together, study shows

May 5, 2020
 

Do thinking and walking go hand in hand in determining the health course of senior adults? A study published by UT Health San Antonio researchers found that, indeed, the two functions often parallel each other in determining a person’s health trajectory. Read the full story.


ScienMag.com: Cognition and gait speed often decline together, study shows

May 5, 2020
 

Do thinking and walking go hand in hand in determining the health course of senior adults? A study published by UT Health San Antonio researchers found that, indeed, the two functions often parallel each other in determining a person’s health trajectory. Read the full story.