UT Health San Antonio's infectious disease experts explain COVID-19 exposure and when, where and how to get tested.
Doctors turn to convalescent plasma, itself in short supply, as an alternative therapy. Now due to a surge in cases, more donors are needed.
It's a challenging time for diabetes, dialysis patients and their care providers. As the pandemic continues, they must remain vigilant to protect their health.
A newly published study shows that genes and cardiovascular health each contribute to a person's risk of dementia.
Innovative efforts are underway to engage and connect with future students and residents during this time of social distancing.
Fred Campbell, MD, an internal medicine physician and associate professor of medicine, shares tips to stay safe while grocery shopping and ordering food.
Now is not the time to let our guard down. Wear a face mask in public, practice social distancing and wash your hands often.
Share words of encouragement and support for all staff and providers at UT Health San Antonio.
Learn more about the UT Health San Antonio COVID-19 Response Fund.
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