By Bill Murphy, MD, Medical Director, Turquoise Springs Medical Spa If you wish to have a lush, healthy front lawn that is green and beautiful, then aeration is a must. Every spring, we puncture the grass and soil and deliver to the roots oxygen, water, and...
Q&A With Editor Emeritus Beverly Purcell-Guerra
As the original editor who started SAN ANTONIO WOMAN, it was a challenge and a pleasure. Our goal was to promote talented women in San Antonio. We featured women who serve our Community, Businesswomen, and Artistic Women.
PROFILE: OfficeSource, Ltd.
The OfficeSource, Ltd. team are Industry experts in Commercial Office, Healthcare, Education, and Hospitality Furniture.
OfficeSource, Ltd. provides furniture, space planning, product specifications, procurement, and installation services
to the most highly publicized projects in South and Central Texas.
PROFILE: Some Elbow Room
On the eve of the New Year in 1988, a freshly minted 10-year-old and her kindergarten sister moved to San Antonio from Duncanville, TX. Erin Morgan Callahan and Amy Morgan Moody were little girls who played together in the creek, rode bikes, and invented their version of broom ball on skates to play on the back patio during rainy days.
SHOWCASE: Atlas Floors
“Great Floors Done Right” is the motto of Atlas Floors Capet One, and it has epitomized the company’s approach to quality materials and craftsmanship since its inception in 1948.
Blue-collar STEM workers tout well-paying, in-demand jobs without the advanced degree
Patty Garcia started her career as a lineworker for CPS Energy in 1988, when it was still known as City Public Service. She worked to help manually install the underground steel gas pipes and conduits that bring electricity and natural gas into people’s homes.
PROFILE: Olga Gonzalez, DVM, diplomate ACVP
Dr. Olga Gonzalez is one of the few people who knew as a child the career she wanted to pursue – and actually did it.
“I didn’t have a Plan B or C,” says Dr. Gonzalez, a professor of veterinary pathology at Texas Biomedical Research Institute and the Southwest National Primate Research Center. “Plan A was to go to veterinary school.”
Is This Normal? – Mental Health, Endometriosis, PC
Quick refresher: Pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS) is a cluster of symptoms that show up somewhere around five days before your period. Period-havers might experience a range of pains – from mood swings and cramps to cravings and fatigue. Think of these real physiological expressions as your body’s weather forecast, giving you a heads-up that your period is on its way.
Encouraging Middle School Students to Step Into STEM
Step Into STEM is a unique career awareness program that inspires middle school students to choose an education focused on science, technology, engineering, or mathematics to prepare for future STEM careers. A STEM education is an empowering interdisciplinary approach that generates lifelong career opportunities.
Primary Care Physicians Provide Annual Screenings and Personalized Care Through Every Stage of Life
Primary Care Physicians Provide Annual Screenings and Personalized Care Through Every Stage of Life By Paul J. Watkins People need to have a skilled healthcare provider on which to depend in every stage of life, particularly as they grow older and often develop...
Patient Advocates Inform Critical Insight to Improve Breast Cancer Research and Treatment at SABCS
Patient Advocates Inform Critical Insight to Improve Breast Cancer Research and Treatment at SABCS By Sean M. Wood The halls of the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center are expected to be packed Dec. 6 – 10 as crowds return for the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium....
COVER STORY: The Kowalski Family
Attitude is everything. It’s an oft-used expression, but for the Kowalski family, it’s a “Rosemary-ism.” And it’s something that is baked into everything that has sprouted from the seeds that Rosemary Kowalski and her husband planted when they opened their first restaurant in 1946
Orthopaedic Surgeon Draws on Personal Experience to Treat Athletes
Among the most common injuries soccer players suffer is a torn anterior cruciate ligament, or ACL
Past Cover Woman: Tracy Wolff
Q&A With past cover woman, Tracy Wolf
Business Showcase: Noisy Trumpet
Noisy Trumpet wants to help your organization stand out and rise above the noise! From website development and digital marketing to holistic PR campaigns, they are in your corner to successfully elevate your brand.
Guy to Know: Mayor Ron Nirenberg
Rocking to Joan Jett, Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, and Poison at the Alamodome? Cruising down the highway while Heart’s “Barracuda” blares from the speakers? Watching the AC/DC website for long-awaited concert news? That’s probably not the image that most people have of San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg
Looking Back: Mike and Nancy Gaffney
From a Wise Man Sprang San Antonio Woman By Meredith Kay Photography by Suzanne Pack Life is serendipity. Sometimes the most interesting opportunities can come out of places that you would least expect them to when you curiously walk through a door that opens while...
PROFILE: Cynthia Parsons – Real Estate Consultant
Cynthia’s success as a seasoned real estate consultant is attributed to her responsiveness, firm negotiation, and uncompromised integrity.