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Navajo Nation 'Junk Food' Tax Clashes with Economics

Half of population living in poverty; for them, snack foods are cheaper than fresh, healthy products.

Mary Derrick was reunited with her sons after graduating from Family Drug Court.

How Family Drug Court Led One Parent to Get Her Kids Back

Graduate and recovery specialist, both recovering addicts, describe how program benefited them.

Debate Escalates over Health Services for Migrant Girls

Conference of Catholic Bishops says no abortions or emergency contraception for girls at its shelters.

Wayne and Peggy Collins between 1986 and 1988.

Alzheimer's Will 'Overwhelm Us' Without Research Dollars, Academics Say

A Tucson family learns how the disease changes a husband, father and grandfather.

Gov. Doug Ducey addresses a joint session of the Arizona Legislature, Jan. 12, 2015.

Ducey Defends Abortion Restrictions in New Law

Bill he signed this week requires women to be told about reversal option.

Navajo Junk Food Tax Takes Effect Wednesday

2% tax on chips, cookies, soda, other items aimed at reducing obesity, diabetes, heart disease.

Students from Miles Exploratory Learning Center celebrate the unveiling of smoke-free themed art on a bus bench near their school on March 31, 2015.

Students Aim to Curb Smoking, Raise Awareness at Bus Stop

Student-created art features tobacco-free messages on Sun Tran bench in front of Miles School.

Flu Cases Wane, But Season Not Over Yet

Winter has been 'average,' with cases spread evenly rather than spiking, health officials say.

Former UA Marijuana Researcher Restarting in Phoenix

Terminated in Tucson, she gains approval for federally sanctioned study on PTSD effects.

Joyce Morgan (center), Director of Crisis Services for the Crisis Response Center, and H. Clarke Romans (right), Executive Director of NAMI of Southern Arizona, discuss mental illness in our community.

Weekend Walk Aims to Raise Mental Health Awareness

9th annual NAMIWalks event expected to draw thousands of participants to South Side.

Latinos Increase Health Coverage Under Federal Law

Affordable Care Act enrollments up sharply in ethnic group nationally; Arizona figures not known.

7,000 Unintended Pregnancies Prevented in Arizona in 2014

Family Health Partnership uses federal funding for low-income women and families.

New Grant to Help Native Americans Become Doctors

The grant will help prepare students prepare for college and earn medical- and health-related degrees.

Arizona House Approves Abortion Restriction Bill

The Arizona House voted to approve a bill barring women from buying a health insurance plan through the federal marketplace that includes abortion coverage.

Increasing Latino Health Quality Focus of UA Roundtable

Pima County official says intergenerational relationships are key

Kelly Twins - Scott, Mark - Help Gauge Effects of Space Travel

Astronaut Scott will soon start one year in space; scientists will compare him with earthbound twin Mark.

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