The gripping world of trauma: its stages, types and the road to recovery

June 27, 2023

Fear is a part of being human. But when it lingers, when it permeates every corner of your existence, when it morphs into an unshakeable dread caused by past traumatic events, it takes on a new form. Trauma. Click here to learn more about the labyrinth of trauma, demystifying its stages, dissecting its types and […]

Brain stimulation gives Parkinson’s patient new lease on life

June 22, 2023

  At 77 years old, Carl McLain appears to be the picture of health. His half smile and twinkling eyes hint at a mischievous sense of humor. But eight years ago, he was far from feeling healthy. Mysterious symptoms such as pain in his legs, depression, anxiety and trouble sleeping led him to see one […]

Black and white side view of brain with electrodes and wires.

Myth or fact? Are you in the know about teeth? Test your knowledge!

June 20, 2023

  Brian L. Secrist, BS, DDS, FAGD, General Dentistry Clinic Director and Provider Teeth play a vital role in our daily lives. They help us speak clearly, preserve the shape of our faces and help us chew our food properly. Apart from their functional role, they also enhance our smile. With so many vital functions, […]

Social determinants of health training focuses on thinking beyond medicine

June 19, 2023

The annual Social Determinants of Health Training, hosted by UT Health San Antonio’s Office of Graduate Medical Education in collaboration with University Health, will be Tuesday, June 20. It is expected to draw about 250 residents and fellows-in-training. The event will take place at the Academic and Learning Center (ALTC), Room 3.304, on the university’s main campus at 7703 Floyd Curl Drive, 78229, from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

10 recipes to turn your favorite game day snacks healthy

June 13, 2023

  Game day delights are notorious for their high calorie count and scant nutritional value. But what if you could enjoy your favorite snacks without the guilt? Click here for 10 recipes that will transform classic game day treats into nutritious nibbles in this article featured in the San Antonio Express-News’ San Antonio Life: Wellness […]

300 attend ‘Think Science: Dementia in South Texas’

June 12, 2023

Clinical trials, brain and biobank donation and risk factors among topics discussed “Think Science: Dementia in South Texas,” a live event moderated by Nathan Cone of Texas Public Radio, drew 300 people to the Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long Campus June 7 for an intriguing and inspiring discussion of a topic important to so […]