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How an 'Emotional Perfect Storm' Can Batter Immigrants' Health

Undocumented immigrants struggle to access treatment due to status.

Self-Centered People Could be Secretly Depressed, Study Suggests

UA psychologist links narcissism to negativity, anxiety and insecurity.

UA Highlighting Brain Awareness Week With Free Talk

Public lecture looks at emotional stress, chronic pain and autism.

Researcher Looks at Impact of Smartphones on Romantic Relationships

While it creates a direct line to our partners, dependency may mean distance.

Study to Examine Effects of Arizona Recession-Era Health Insurance Cutbacks

UA researchers are investigating how the state tried to deal with Recession budget shortfalls.

State Prepares to Launch Opioid Hotline for Health Care Providers

Hotline will offer doctors assistance with treating patients who are using opioids.

Do Social Media Posts About Exercise Motivate? It's Not Black or White, Study Says

UA researcher says users can experience both concern and motivation when viewing posts.

Biologist: This Year's Flu Season to be More Damaging Than 2009

Since October, the flu has been linked to 523 deaths in Arizona.

Audit: Arizona Owes Feds Millions in Uncollected Drug Rebates

Report recommends the state account for the $37 million shortfall.

Flu Reports are Down, But Flu Season Isn't Over Yet

Health officials warn that a second spike is always possible.

Game and Fish: Fox-Bite Victim May Need Medical Attention

Woman reported being "nipped" Tuesday night at Saguaro National Park East.

Public Comment on Medicaid Changes Closing

Monday is the last day to give your opinion on AHCCCS changes

Flu Cases Down in Pima County, Statewide

New reported cases have decreased for two consecutive weeks.

Opioid Epidemic; Children's Health Insurance; Temporary Protected Status

Also, a discussion about the impact of government shutdowns.

State-University Partnership Formed to Fight Opioid Crisis

UA and the Department of Health Services are receiving a $2.2 million grant for training.

Legislators Using Health Care for Children as a Bargaining Chip

There are 25,000 children in Arizona covered by CHIP.

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