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Pima County Uninsured Rate Dropped in 2014

Census Bureau reports percentage of uninsured working-age people lowest since 2006.

Douglas Mom Prepares for the 'Fight of Her Life'

Arizona Week follows the cancer diagnosis of Jaquelin Lamadrid

Arizona House Revives Children's Health Insurance Bill

Parliamentary wrangling brought the KidsCare bill back to life in the Arizona House

UA Researchers Close in on DNA Behind Disease Origins

Work could help identify new drugs for treatment

Smartphone App Connects Bystanders to Emergencies

PulsePoint alerts nearby volunteers to administer CPR in cardiac arrest incidents

Sunday Forum Explores Violence, Mental Illness Connection

Free program invites public to take on myths, facts surrounding subject.

Arizona Children’s Health Program's Future in Question

State may remain alone in the nation without KidsCare.

UA College of Medicine Developing Snakebite Therapy

Combination of carbon monoxide and iron designed to prevent internal bleeding.

End of Life Health Care Plans: Put in Writing, Experts Say

National Health Care Decisions Day a time to talk about wishes of family.

Arizona Behavioral Health Care Provider's Integrated Approach

Metro Week looks at Cenpatico's first five months in Southern Arizona.

Deadly Strep 'Superbug' Identified In Northern Arizona

Unusual strain causes severe skin infections that can lead to amputations or death

Study: Rural Arizona Counties Have Poorer Health Than Cities

Factors include smoking, high teen birth rates, poverty, access to care.

Suicide's Impact Ripples Through UA Campus

Police, administrators, mental health service providers work to respond.

End of Cuban Isolation Could Bring New Medicines to US

University of Arizona physicians working to bring diabetes drug that reduces limb amputations

Report: Arizona 41st in Nation for Preventive Health Care

Study measured access to care, immunizations, access to chronic-disease prevention.

Flu ‘Widespread:' 1,300 Cases Reported in Arizona Last Week

Vaccinations still recommended; affliction could occur as late as May.

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