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Arizona Behavioral Health Care Provider's Integrated Approach
Metro Week looks at Cenpatico's first five months in Southern Arizona.
Deadly Strep 'Superbug' Identified In Northern Arizona
Unusual strain causes severe skin infections that can lead to amputations or death
Study: Rural Arizona Counties Have Poorer Health Than Cities
Factors include smoking, high teen birth rates, poverty, access to care.
Suicide's Impact Ripples Through UA Campus
Police, administrators, mental health service providers work to respond.
End of Cuban Isolation Could Bring New Medicines to US
University of Arizona physicians working to bring diabetes drug that reduces limb amputations
Report: Arizona 41st in Nation for Preventive Health Care
Study measured access to care, immunizations, access to chronic-disease prevention.
Flu ‘Widespread:' 1,300 Cases Reported in Arizona Last Week
Vaccinations still recommended; affliction could occur as late as May.
Flu, Winter Visitors Fill Tucson Hospitals to Capacity
A strong strain of the flu has hit during hospitals' busy season, and beds are full.
UA Re-Engineering Mosquitoes to Resist Disease
Winged insects are as bothered by pathogens as humans are by them.
Natural Food Product Could Prevent Skin Cancer
UA researchers study common Latin American ingredient for UV protection.
METRO WEEK: How's Your Health, Pima County?
County-wide health analysis shows strengths, weaknesses of health services.
Arizona Spotlight for February 5, 2016
Research at ASU to better understand concussions; Fort Lowell Day celebrates Tucson history; a woman shares her bi-cultural world on "Dímelo"; "Old Jews Telling Jokes" brings laughter to The Live Theatre Workshop.
Former Surgeon General: All Must Join for Health Care
Richard Carmona calls for better access to health care, more funding for education
Health Care Enrollment Deadline Approaches
Last day to apply for federal health care marketplace is January 31
Study: Too Many State Latino Children Remain Uninsured
Number has grown, but Arizona remains above national average.
AZ Week: Medicare Policy Will Change End of Life Planning
Doctors and patients now able to have more conversations about next steps.
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