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Arizona Spotlight for November 6, 2015

A walking meditation in the All Souls Procession; How does a warrior heal?; Developing Tucson's startup culture; What will local election results mean for Tucson?

Arizona Spotlight for October 16, 2015

Voices for the Cure; documentary details transgender Tucsonan's story; stage & screen legend Rita Moreno; comedian Lisa Landry comes to town; desert marauders make for interesting neighbors.

Arizona Spotlight for May 15th, 2015

Truckers compete in state driving championship; visit a class that teaches laughter yoga; Bob Boze Bell talks about Billy the Kid and tall tales from Arizona history; plus the music of Nive Neilsen.

Cultural Sensitivity Can Improve Health Care, Experts Say

Researchers find that cultural diversity and culturally appropriate care bridge the gap between health care providers and patients, with positive results.

A book written by Patrisia Gonzalez about thing such as natural law and the role of spirituality in Red Medicine.

New Book Discusses Native American Healing Practices

Author wrote about indigenous systems of healing that include birthing practices, dreaming, purification rites.

A display of Native American practice used to help others heal, at the New Directions Center, a behavior health and treatment center.

Researchers Explore Roots of American Indian Resilience

New studies reveal protective elements of Native American cultural traditions; used for various healing treatments.

Eddie’s Story: ‘Hopeless Cases’

Counselor uses troubled past to find new approaches to addiction treatment; Part 2 of 3

Patrisia Gonzales, UA assistant professor of Mexican American Studies and author, discusses how trauma, history, and poverty affect health and how culture could restore it.

History, Poverty Play Roles in Native Health

Scientists explore how culture, trauma interplay in Native American health

Sheila’s Story: 'Walking the Beauty Way'

Abuse survivor draws on Native American practices to help others; Part 1 of 3

'Love Your Body Week' Explores Image

Impact of media messages, discussion for women of all body types

Marian Ahmed harvests tomatoes with the Iskashitaa Refugee Network. Ahmed is a refugee from Somalia who arrived in the U.S. more than eight years ago.

Web Feature: The Gleaners

Iskashitaa refugees find kinship, community in harvesting Tucson’s unwanted food

Director Takes on Three of the World's Deadliest Words

Film "It's a Girl" documents gendercide of female infants around the world

University of Arizona Helps Sustain Nogales Wheelchair Shop

Across the border, the UA is impacting others, like here at the All-Terrain Wheelchair Shop.

Authenticity and Legitimacy in Multilingual Second Language Acquisition

The University of Arizona holds a symposium to discuss multilingualism in today's society

UA College of Nursing Creates Exercise for Cancer Survivors

The UA College of Nursing created an exercise class for cancer survivors through their online resource center.

Establishing a Common Frame To Reverse the Obesity Epidemic

A Panel Discussion on Policy

2012 Research Frontiers in Nutritional Science Conference, "The Obesogenic Environment: Behavior, Biology, and Policy"

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