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Written by evrard on Jul 29, 2014
Update: Logo contest deadline extended to Friday, August 8!
Written by purranha on Jul 18, 2014
Pookie is a Chihuahua that belongs to my daughter Morgan. He means the world to her and to the rest of our family.  On Saturday, April 5 at 10 a.m. Pookie had a seizure. He cried out - I thought he was dying. I immediately yelled out to Morgan and my husband, Chuck to rush him to our veterinarian, Dr. Sloan. 
Written by esperanzacenter on Jul 14, 2014
On Monday, June 23, inner city residents, advocates for affordable housing and public health, and urban scholars held a town hall session with elected officials to address gentrification in San Antonio.
Written by CMHE on Jul 11, 2014
REPLAY VIDEO: The 11th installment of  “Conversations About Ethics” is an especially relevant one: Powerful new knowledge about the human genome is ushering in an era of personalized medicine. Researchers are answering questions we hardly dared ask a decade ago, and their findings will soon become an accepted part of patient care. There’s a pressing need to understand not only the science of these breakthroughs but also the ethical implications.
Written by karensadams on Jul 11, 2014
Healthy eating and nutrition are central to keeping children well, so with help from The Culinary Institute of America, San Antonio (CIA), Goldsbury Foundation, and H-E-B, the Children’s Hospital of San Antonio unveiled today its pioneering new culinary health and education program aimed at reducing childhood obesity and improving access to nutritious food for patients of the Hospital and the community at large.