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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.

Organizations, Tribes Weigh in on Possible Changes to Arizona Medicaid

Most groups express concern the changes will result in loss of coverage for Arizona's neediest.

Opioid Prescription Changes, Access to Overdose Aid Coming

Drug stores will be able to sell Narcan, which can bolster critical life systems in overdose.

Group Offers Yoga to Help UA Students Cope with Depression

One in four displays symptoms; LGBTQ Affairs office offers classes to assist.

Poll: 42% in State Know Someone Addicted to Opioids

Survey says one-third of Arizonans weren't warned by doctors of drugs' addictive nature.

UA Team Working To Improve Lifesaving Colonoscopy

The scope simultaneously gives doctors more viewing.

Wellness Medical Center Opens in Downtown Tucson

HealthOn Broadway was designed to cater to the medical needs of people who live and work downtown.

Uptick in Southern Arizona Rabies 'Outbreak,' Wildlife Officials Say

Three new cases in southeastern Arizona, nine for the year.

Students Show off Science Skills at Annual Fair

More than 2,000 exhibits and activities for kids and adults at the Southern Arizona event.

Annual Health Report Shows Good, Bad in Southern Arizona

County-level breakdown: Pima, Cochise and Santa Cruz counties have mixed results.

Pima County Flu Cases See Late-Season Jump

People shouldn't give up preventive practices just because the weather is warming.

Arizona’s U.S. Representatives Split on Obamacare Repeal

Though the divide isn't necessarily based on party lines.

Grijalva: Republican Health Care Plan Hurts Arizona

State Medicaid program estimates 380,000 residents will lose coverage.

Survey: Most Arizonans Want Obamacare Fixed, Not Axed

About 40 percent also had a very unfavorable view of American Health Care Act proposed replacement.

Spring Weather Draws Hikers, Then Rescue Teams

Many hit the trail unprepared for the reality of hours in the sun.

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