The Benefits of Electives and Extracurriculars in College-Prep Education By Blithe Wiley According to many education experts, a well-rounded approach to a college-prep education can develop critical thinking skills, nurture creativity, and foster a better understanding of diverse cultures and perspectives. Families in San Antonio have many highly regarded educational options for their students […]
February is American Heart Month It’s a time to bring awareness to the importance of cardiovascular health and how to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. Learn more about heart disease and prevention from the American Heart Association. Go Red for Women®!
Give Us 3 Months… We Will Give You Ten Years!! By Bill Murphy, MD, Medical Director, Turquoise Springs Medical Spa The aesthetic fellowship training experience I completed just over five years ago was replete with tips and stories from many different experts from around the world. One of my professors has a clinical practice […]
Taylor Mobley leaves no doubt as to why she has a successful broadcast journalism career.
Yes! It’s really a thing. Before America got fat, a damaged liver was contributed to drinking. If someone had “cirrhosis of the liver,” well, they were probably an alcoholic. But now, doctors are monitoring the rise of fatty liver, or non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, NAFLD. This disease is where fat causes a cirrhotic liver. “With fatty liver, […]