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Flu Cases Up in Pima County, But Still Low for the Year

Majority of cases in the county occurred in the past three weeks.

Report: Tucson Lacks Policies to Improve Citizen Health

CityHealth says Tucson is deficient in 7 of the 9 policies authors think can keep a population healthy.

How Planned Medicaid Cuts May Affect One Tucson Family

Arizona could soon impose nation's strictest requirements on AHCCCS enrollees.

City Program Works to Limit Children's Exposure to Lead

Federal grant pays for lead testing, abatement at low-income family's homes.

Provider Seeks Public Input on Changes to State Medicaid

The changes, pending approval, will affect families, rural communities, opponents say.

Arizona Opioid-Related Deaths Rise Less Than US Average

Heroin is most commonly abused illicit substance contributing to death in Pima County.

200,000 Arizonans Could Lose Insurance if Obamacare Axed

Trump has said he is willing to keep some parts of the Affordable Care Act.

UA Names Interim Health Sciences VP to Replace Garcia

Leigh Neumayer, first female head of UA Surgery Department, will start Jan. 1.

Opportunity and Uncertainty: Mexican Ambassador on Future Relations

Plus, the feasibility of campaign promises, carmaker Lucid coming to Arizona and more.

Border Concerns Extend Beyond Southern Arizona

Plus, the state of mental health in our jails and a proposal to increase the city sales tax.

Health Care Market Opens; Two Carriers in Pima County

Officials are reaching out to raise awareness of coverage options, financial assistance.

Prop. 205: Weighing in on Legalizing Marijuana

Plus, Donald Trump Jr visits Arizona; Flake talks Election Day; reconnect with cancer survivor.

Breast Cancer Awareness: Chance to Show Support

More than 34,000 women in Arizona will be diagnosed this year.

Smoking in Arizona at Historic Low, 14% of Adults: Report

State officials credit higher awareness of health effects in last 5 years.

Prop 205: Sharp Divisions over Legalizing Marijuana in Arizona

State could become fifth to legalize it for recreational use; governor leads opposition.

Feeding Our Future: Putting Native Foods Back on the Plate

Why did the Tohono O'odham stop eating and growing their Native foods?

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