B.E. F.A.S.T. to spot a stroke

You may be familiar with the acronym F.A.S.T. to help you recognize a stroke. The letters (Face, Arms, Speech, and Time) can help you see the symptoms of an acute stroke in someone else and find help as soon as possible. However, a study by physicians at the University of Kentucky Stroke Center found that

B.E. F.A.S.T. to spot a stroke
COVID-19 Update: Vaccine hesitancy and what we have learned

 Many people have been vaccinated against COVID-19, but some still have questions. Dr. Bryan Alsip discusses vaccine safety, the latest with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, and what we’ve learned from the pandemic. Has there been another time in history where vaccines were questioned like this, and what did we learn? What would you

COVID-19 Update: Vaccine hesitancy and what we have learned
3 tips for talking with friends & family about the COVID-19 vaccine

If you’re now fully vaccinated against COVID-19, you’re familiar with the sense of hope and relief that protection can provide. But while millions of Americans are getting the COVID-19 vaccine, many others are not. There are multiple reasons for that. For those younger than 16, they aren’t eligible yet to receive the vaccines, which have

3 tips for talking with friends & family about the COVID-19 vaccine
Obesity disproportionately affects poor neighborhoods in San Antonio

Obesity is a big problem in San Antonio. It’s especially a problem in the 78207 zip code, where Dr. Saima Siddiqui practices at the Robert B. Green campus. “Because we deal with the underserved patient population in our downtown location, almost 95% of our patients are obese,” Dr. Siddiqui said.

Obesity disproportionately affects poor neighborhoods in San Antonio
Dementia or pandemic brain?

It has been months of minimal interaction for many of us. With so few events to engage our brains, we are all feeling a bit foggy, and having a difficult time remembering things. This can be especially true of older adults, who have been homebound and isolated. Interacting with others, going places and doing things

Dementia or pandemic brain?
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