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Rivard Report: ‘Science Not Silence:’ Local March to Kick Off in San Pedro Park

March 20, 2017

It’s official: The route is approved and the website is live. Read the full story at the Rivard Report


News 4 San Antonio: Researchers look at teeth for link to autism

March 17, 2017

Did you know your teeth can tell a lot about you? In fact, researchers at UT Health San Antonio are hoping baby teeth will tell them a lot about autism.


STAT: For scientists, research cuts proposed by Trump are alarming

March 17, 2017

The Trump administration’s call on Thursday to slash almost 20 percent of the National Institutes of Health’s budget led scientists to warn that such cuts would sap biomedical research in the United States. Read the full story at STAT


The Source: Three Ways ‘Digital Medicine’ Could Help With Brain Disorders

March 7, 2017

Science is looking at what is happening to the brain on video games and the results are stunning. Dr. Charles Bowden, Ph.D. discusses an app he helped create that allows people to monitor their mood disorders. Listen to the full conversation on digital medicine from TPR


KSAT 12: SA’s one-of-a-kind Army Flight Medic program training skilled heroes

February 19, 2017

They risk their lives to save fellow soldiers on the battlefield. To do that, Army flight medics need the best training possible. Watch the full story at KSAT 12


Houston Chronicle: Lawmaker’s bill would require accurate, age-appropriate sex ed

February 19, 2017

A Democratic state lawmaker is looking to bolster high school sex education requirements in hopes that Texas can lower its teen birth rates. Read the full story at the Houston Chronicle