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More than two million adults in the U.S. have epilepsy; 150,000 more will develop the condition each year.
A San Antonio lawmaker addressed the public Tuesday on a serious health issue affecting minorities: cancer.
New technique for biopsies are less painful and invasive.
Even when she was diagnosed with a rare, aggressive cancer, a San Antonio woman said she was always determined not to let it get her down.
More and more Americans are on a quest to get fit—biking, running, swimming, and even competing in marathons and triathlons.
A San Antonio company is making the journey a little easier for veterans with prosthetic needs.
Every year, more than 700,000 Americans have a heart attack. And 600,000 die of heart disease.
In this Healthbeat we discuss the many health benefits of eating apples and the saftey of kids weight training programs.
KSAT-12's Leslie Mouton introduces us to some of the most common and dangerous "legal highs" available today.
Thousands of children are injured each year in high chair-related accidents. Find out which chairs are safest.
The HEB Slim Down Showdown winners were announced Saturday at the HEB Health and Wellness Family Expo.
Follow KSAT 12 News anchor Leslie Mouton in her fight against breast cancer by reading her online diary entries.
Click here to see which screening tests women should have done to take precautions with their health.
People often talk about taking aspirin to treat minor aches and pains, but other over-the-counter drugs may work better.
Keeping track of your body's statistics can help keep you healthy. But you shouldn't follow the numbers every day.
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We've all heard the term "heart disease," but do you know what it really means? Learn more about the disorder.
Breast cancer patients may go weeks without seeing a doctor. Technology can help them stay in touch.