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What's Next for Arizonans Who Gained Coverage Under Obamacare?

A conversation with Daniel Derksen about the future of health care in the Grand Canyon State.

Study to Measure Impact of Contaminant Perchlorate on Yuma Residents

The common chemical could be causing hypothyroidism in the southwestern Arizona town.

Event Looks to Move Mental Illness From Jail to Treatment

More than 300 practitioners to attend 'Decriminalizing Mental Illness' conference.

Contaminated Baby Formula Found in Tucson, Police Say

East-side stores were victims of product tampering, according to officials.

Flu Cases Remain High in Pima County, Statewide

More than 100 cases in Pima County, and nearly 500 cases across Arizona.

Arizona High School Pair Wins Medical Device Competition

San Luis students improved on a 'g-tube,' which helps patients who can't swallow food.

UnitedHealthcare and Northwest Mend Broken Ties

Insurer and health care provider had severed ties last week after negotiations failed.

UA Trauma Team Looks at Danger of E-cigarette Burns

Report highlights potential for Lithium-ion batteries to cause fires, burning smokers

McSally Yes; Grijalva, O'Halleran No on Obamacare Repeal

Southern Arizona congressional delegation splits along party lines on key vote.

Health Care Dispute Sends Thousands Seeking Care Elsewhere

UnitedHealthcare and operator of 2 hospitals and physicians network can't agree.

South Tucson Grow Your Own Food Program Extended

200,000 have learned gardening, nutritional cooking in last five years.

Feds Give Arizona $24M to Combat Opioid Epidemic

12th biggest grant in the country, based on need and prevalence of opioid addiction.

Tucson Health Care Dispute Could Leave Thousands Without Coverage

Northwest Healthcare and UnitedHealthcare have until May 1 to settle their disagreement.

Breathing Room: Asthma Inhalers OK in State's Schools

Previously schools had to call 911 rather than administering asthma medication.

Public Opposes More Limits on Arizona Medicaid

State poised to become first to implement five-year lifetime cap on enrollment.

'Project Period' Aims to Ease Financial Burden of Tampons on Women

One group benefiting is young mothers, who don't always focus on their own health, director says.

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