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Wonderland vaccine center expects busy anniversary
January 04, 2022
Staff prepares for new demand in anticipation of expected CDC recommendation for boosters for 12-15…
Local leaders urge immediate action to curb Omicron’s spread
December 30, 2021
It’s too late to stop the Christmas surge, but we can stop a New Year’s pile on.
Holidays a great opportunity to get a COVID vaccine or booster
December 17, 2021
The Wonderland vaccination center will be open 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday-Wednesday for the next two w…
University Hospital gains coveted Baby-Friendly status
December 17, 2021
The designation celebrates the hospital’s continued commitment to newborns, mothers and their famil…
Dr. Jason Bowling
San Antonio had 'flurona' case in 2021, doctors say | KENS5
Concerns are mounting about flurona. The term refers to someone getting infected with both the flu and COVID at the same time. KENS 5 learned of one case in San Antonio from last year.
There’s no place like Hospital at Home
In one of the few silver linings of the COVID-19 pandemic, some patients are now able to choose hospital-level care in the comfort of their homes through a new program offered by University Health: Hospital at Home.
Former COVID-19 Patients Battling Neurological Problems
Covid long-haulers often experience neurological problems weeks or months after recovering from the initial virus.
COVID-19 Update: Does COVID cause diabetes?
Dr. Carolina Solis-Herrera, endocrinologist with University Health’s Texas Diabetes Institute and division chief of endocrinology at UT Health San Antonio, describes what we are learning about COVID-19 and diabetes, in English and Spanish.