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William Williams and his mother Della Williams

Voices for the Cure: Della Williams and William Williams

After experiencing depression following breast cancer treatment, Della works to keep other women from going through it alone

AZ Partakes in National Shake Out Day

Day is dedicated to making sure people know what to do in an earthquake; although infrequent, state has had minor ones as it sits near two major fault lines.

UA Researcher Helps Discover Earliest Known Nervous System

Part of international team that brought forward fossil, more than half a billion years old; ocean dwelling creature.

Breast Cancer ribbon

Voices for the Cure: Rowan Frost and Tory Middlebrooks

How does a single mom talk to her son about breast cancer? Now they look back on how they helped each other through difficult times with laughter and love.

Voices for the Cure: Remembering Brenda Loomis

Two friends pay tribute to a woman who inspired them even as she fought cancer

Molecule Found in Saliva Could Help Understand Stress

The ASU study suggests there is a positive effect when higher levels of this molecule is present during times of stress.

Voices for the Cure: Joanna Frueh

Author, artist, scholar, teacher, performer...and in 2012 she also became a breast cancer survivor

Reid Park Zoo Expecting a Baby Elephant

Officials announce zoo's 24-year-old African elephant is pregnant; expected to give birth late June or August.

Leslie Boyer, M.D. at the VIPER Institute, talks about making FDA approved anti-venoms, for all of America's venemous creatures.

UA Group Researching Antivenoms for All Venomous Species

For the past 6 years, VIPER Institute has been looking into creating FDA approved antidotes.

View of Tucson, March 6, 2012

Community Dialogue Digs into Mental Health Issues

Event aims to bring Tucsonans together to explore how mental health affects Arizona communities.

UA Researcher Explores Link Between Exercise, Brain Evolution

Anthropologist co-authored a paper that looks into the development of human brains, effects of exercise.

Circus Amperean performer Wendy Craft pours some juice

The Power of Circus Amperean

Find out how a small performing arts group is blending mad science and high voltage to entertain Tucson audiences

Native American Vets proudly incorporate their cultural heritage with traditional military uniform in this march.

Event Aims to Inform Native American Vets on Benefits

Gathering hosting veteran, non-veteran health organizations; ensuring all benefits are claimed.

Environmental Group Encourages Applicants for Tree Program

Trees for Tucson provides home shade trees at low cots, promote benefits of planting trees.

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.

Valley Fever Common But Not Harmless

Lung infection endemic to the American Southwest carries risk of complications.

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