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  • The report is very helpful. It shows us where we still need to make tremendous efforts, particularly in Diabetes which we know it affects one in 10 people. We need to do more in prevention, eating right, exercising right, and more information. We need to get to people earlier before an illness becomes really bad and it costs a lot more to treat them," Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff said. There have been some improvements to the city's health picture. Physical activity environments have risen and responders to the assessment often cited Mayor Julián Castro's current efforts including the Mayor's Fitness Council, and SA2020. The physical environment and attitudes are improving, but physical activity continues to decline.

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  • The Molecular Pharmacology report and follow-up studies describe the unexpected and highly desired effects that rapamycin and similar compounds elicit on the proteasome. Based on these studies, it would be possible to design a new line of proteasome regulators with anti-cancer properties, Drs. [Pawel Osmulski, Ph.D.] and [Maria Gaczynska, Ph.D.] said. This work is in progress in their laboratory. Drs. Osmulski and Gaczynska are affiliated with the Barshop Institute and with the Cancer Therapy & Research Center at The University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio.

  • According to a report released by Metro Health last week, teen births in Bexar County plunged 38 percent from 2000 to 2012, and even more recently, the rate declined by 16.5 percent since 2010, eclipsing the SA2020 goal of reducing teen pregnancy by 15 percent. Our rates are coming down in San Antonio and we're very pleased about that, but we've still got a long way to go," said director of Metro Health Dr. Thomas Schlenker. "We have already surpassed our SA2020 goal and that certainly is something to celebrate, however, I think we should aim for noting less than being no higher than the U.S. national average," added Schlenker. "That's going to take a lot of work, it's going to take several years, and it's going to take the involvement of many people.

  • The Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson will report to Texas Rangers' camp on...

  • Identity theft skyrocketed 13 percent between 2010 and 2011, according to a report by Javelin Strategy and Research. And not surprisingly, today's mobile devices are among the most common methods identity thieves use to access private information. Javelin's study found that seven percent of smartphone users have been victims of identity theft. Identity thieves have gotten so sophisticated they can make their schemes look very legitimate. A new type of scam, called "spear phishing" can create e-mails with your bank's logo, your name, the correct e-mail address and even part of your account number. Beware of such messages asking for "confirmation" of financial data. IBC Bank, and most other financial institutions, will never ask you for account or personal information via e-mail. Protect ...

  • Credibility is undoubtedly the lifeline of a journalist. The ability to report on a story authentically while keeping it interesting can be a very difficult task. Learning that the path of a mass communications specialist isn't romantic is often hard for one to do. When your job as a journalist is , it's easy for emotions to get involved and to forget about the bottom-line: gathering information for the purpose of informing our community in a non-biased manner.

  • A recent report found that Texas is not meeting its "Hispanic Participation Target." The overall Hispanic population continues to grow in Texas, and with this growth comes an increase of Hispanic enrollment in our institutions of higher education. Unfortunately, the increase in Hispanic college enrollment is not proportional to the overall population increase of our state. The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) understands the importance of educating our Hispanic students and is excelling at awarding undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degrees to these students. According to the May 2009 edition of The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education magazine, UTSA ranks No. 4 and No. 12 in the nation in the number of undergraduate and graduate degrees awarded to Hispanic students, respect...

  • A new report recently released by America's Voice Education Fund (AVEF), The New Constituents: How Latinos Will Shape Congressional Apportionment After the 2010 Census, reveals how Latinos will soon play a major role not only in population growth across the United States, but in politics as well. The Latino electorate has been consistently increasing in both total voters and share of the electorate," says [Andres Ramirez]. "As this trend continues, it will be increasingly difficult for any candidate to win a statewide or national election without the support of Latino voters. "We've done polling that shows a vast majority of Latinos that know somebody who is undocumented, whether it's a family member, a friend or a co-worker," says [Lynn Tramonte], adding that Latino voters will be re...

  • The report, entitled "Immigrant Legalization: Assessing the Labor Market Effects," was released Tuesday April 6, by PPIC, which describes itself as a provider of "independent, objective, nonpartisan research on major economic, social, and political issues. Because the majority of "unauthorized" workers - PPIC prefers that term as more accurate and less politicized than "illegal" or "undocumented" - already pay taxes, it is not expected that legalization would produce a notable increase in tax revenues. Legalization would have farreaching implications," PPIC says. "For example, it may prevent deportations that separate families, including those with U. S. -born children, and encourage immigrants to fully participate in civic life."

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