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Written by Tawseef Ali on Jun 24, 2013
View City Of San Antonio- Public Pools in a full screen map For the summer, The City of San Antonio is offering residents 24 outdoor public pools to excersise and stay healthy. Public pools will remain closed on Mondays and admission is free.
Written by Tawseef Ali on Jun 24, 2013
Free, nutritious meals and snacks will be provided to all children age 18 and under in nearly 60 locations throughout San Antonio this summer.
Written by evrard on Jun 24, 2013
Replay Video: ChildSafe and Clarity Child Guidance Center have partnered to bring nationally-acclaimed authors to San Antonio as part of Children’s Summit, a conference on child abuse and children’s mental health issues June 24 and 25 at El Tropicano Hotel Rivewalk.
Written by A Su Salud on Jun 17, 2013
Juan Ledesma, age 50, enjoys watching soccer and spending time with his family. He talks to his family about their health because it is important. Ledesma decided to vaccinate his three children with the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine to keep them healthy. Ledesma learned about the vaccine from the children’s doctor. The doctor told him the vaccine was safe and effective. The doctor also said it is very important to his children’s health and future. Doctors suggest children get the vaccine at 11 years.
Written by Elizabeth Allen on Jun 13, 2013
New research review, video and infographic show how health food financing initiatives can help address Latino childhood obesity Latino neighborhoods tend to have more fast-food restaurants and snack vendors than supermarkets and farmers’ markets, meaning many Latino families do not have access to affordable foods needed for healthy diets.