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Weight-loss success stories on display at South Texas Health System fashion show

Each year, an estimated 45 million Americans go on a diet, per the Boston Medical Center, and they spend about $33 billion annually on weight loss products.

Valley couple welcomes Leap Day baby at STHS Edinburg

It’s said that a person has a 1 in 1,461 chance of being born on Leap Day. Well, count Leon Elizondo as that one.

Spirit Halloween’s five Valley locations raised $63K for STHS Children’s

Conjuring up a scary amount of help, Spirit Halloween raised over $63,000 at its five locations in the Rio Grande Valley last fall to donate to the Child Life Department at South Texas Health System Children's.

STHS Edinburg says 2023 had record-number of baby deliveries

Looks like the storks were pretty busy last year helping families receive their bundles of joy.

Three babies delivered on Valentine’s Day in RGV

It was certainly a happy Valentine’s Day for several local couples who received more than a box of chocolates on Wednesday.

Cardiac expert says Valley has come a long way with heart health, but more...

February is American Heart Month, a time that focuses on bringing awareness about the various heart diseases and its impact on one's overall health.

STHS launching family medicine residency program

South Texas Health System announced Wednesday the launching of a new education program and residency, its newest effort to help bridge the gap in the statewide physician shortage.

STHS Heart celebrates 100th robotic surgery over six months

Only six months after the launch of the South Texas Health System robotic program, its heart hospital is celebrating its 100th robotic surgery using the da Vinci Xi Robotic Surgical System.

At 12:52 a.m., Baby Natanael is New Year’s first born at STHS Edinburg 

The Cabreras welcomed a new addition to the family at 12:52 a.m. Monday morning and the Rio Grande Valley welcomed one of its first babies born in the New Year.

RGV hospitals identify resources, rest and pay to retain medical staff

It's no secret that the nation has faced a nursing and doctor shortage since the COVID-19 pandemic, a time when medical professionals worked under extreme circumstances at their own peril and often without rest for days. Among those who underwent the most challenges were healthcare facilities that experienced staffing shortages, especially in the nursing field which further emphasized a need for healthcare workers.