ut health san antonio Antiviral Drug Is Approved For Emergency Use To Treat COVID-19 Patients By Bonnie Petrie • May 7, 2020 Stephane Mahe | Reuters There is a glimmer of hope in the search for treatments for COVID-19. The Food and Drug Administration has approved the antiviral remdesivir for emergency use for hospitalized patients with COVID-19. The San Antonio Symphony Brings Music And Memories To Those With Dementia By Bonnie Petrie • Feb 25, 2020 Bonnie Petrie | Texas Public Radio The San Antonio Symphony will perform Hollywood Hits this Friday at the Tobin Center. Before they do, they’ll perform the show for a special crowd: people with dementia and their caregivers. It’s part of the Memory and Music program at the Glenn Biggs Institute for Alzheimer’s and Neurodegenerative Diseases. The Symphony and the Tobin Center welcome those with dementia and their caregivers to certain rehearsals so they can enjoy the music in an environment more suited to their needs. Listen Listening... / 3:07 Listen to Bonnie Petrie's story about Jim and Kathleen Shaw's experience at the symphony as part of UT Health San Antonio's Memory and Music program. This Flu Season Is Hitting Children Hardest By Bonnie Petrie • Jan 15, 2020 CDC | Robert Denty This flu season has turned out to be a tough one for children. There have been twice as many pediatric flu deaths so far this season than at the same time last year. Eight of those have been in Texas. Listen Listening... / 0:43 For Those With Dementia And Their Caregivers, San Antonio Choir Is A Comfort And A Joy By Bonnie Petrie • Dec 23, 2019 Bonnie Petrie | Texas Public Radio A choir concert at a San Antonio senior living community brings holiday cheer to the audience, but for the singers, performing is a comfort and a joy. Listen Listening... / 3:38 Hear more about the Grace Notes Community Choir here.