Robert Leverence, MD, chief medical officer, talks about the battle we’re fighting in our community. No one is immune to COVID-19. Our behaviors matter. Together, we can stop the spread.
The school has been ranked seventh among all U.S. dental schools for National Institutes of Health funding for 2019, jumping 11 spots over previous years.
It isn’t always fashionable or comfortable, but wearing a face mask or covering is the best thing we can do for ourselves, our families and the community.
Wear a face mask in public, practice social distancing and wash your hands often to stop the spread.
Confused about whether you should get tested for COVID-19? There are a few things infectious disease experts want you to know.
The majority of children with COVID-19 in 26 countries fared well clinically compared to adults during the first four months of the pandemic, a newly released study shows.
UT Health San Antonio offers several resources to support caregivers during this challenging and uncertain time.
Connect with pediatric cancer experts from the Mays Cancer Center during this free live webinar.
Leave a note 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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