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Sheila’s Story: 'Walking the Beauty Way'

Abuse survivor draws on Native American practices to help others; Part 1 of 3

Barber Honored for Mental Illness Work

Tucson family's annual award goes to congressman

Mexico Gives $32K to El Rio Health

Money to partly fund outreach for Mexican nationals

Carmona gives a victory speech.

Carmona Joins E-Cigarette Maker

Former surgeon general will head research for NJOY Inc.

AZ House Medicaid Hearing Opens

First airing of governor's proposal to expand health care

A giant moth also known as the tobacco hornworm is helping scientists understand the sense of smell in insects and humans.

Bug Brains Reveal Secrets of Smell

UA researchers use moths to explore insect, human senses of smell


Flu Related to Climate, Even in Warm Places

UA study finds humid, rainy seasons elsewhere bring flu typically associated with winter

Rev. Carla Williams, Associate Pastor at the St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, discusses ties between health and faith.

Faith Communities Fight Mental Health Stigma with Faith

Southern Arizona faith leaders, congregations seek to serve those living with mental illness

Rev. Carla Williams, Associate Pastor at the St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, discusses ties between health and faith.

Researchers Study Links between Spirituality and Wellness

How do belief systems affect your health?

Brewer to Release Medicaid Plan

Draft legislation coming Tuesday; political fight seen

Ashley Lancaster, student living with arthritis at the University of Arizona, discusses how staying productive and achieving your goals can sometimes feel impossible.

UA Student Balances College Life, Arthritis

Scholarships to Help Youngsters with JRA Attend School

County Switches to Self-Insurance

New health plan will save money by minimizing premium rise

Prescribed Burn At Sweetwater Wednesday

Fire at west Tucson nature preserve provides training, mosquito control

Construction at Pima County's new Roger Road Wastewater Treatment facility.

New Wastewater Plant Will Meet Fed Standards

Roger Road plant's odors also will be controlled; building done in 2014

Rural health care providers in Southeast Arizona may be facing some new challenges. Governor Jan Brewers budget relies on obtaining an exemption from federal rules so she can reduce the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System, the state's Medicaid alternative, and save the state $1.5 billion over the next two years.

Cuts Expected to Medicare, Food Assistance

Sequester may indirectly but significantly impact local agencies

Stephanie MacFarland, Ph.D. and Program Director for Project FOCUS, discusses Project Focus's effects on the lives of young people with intellectual disabilities.

Project Offers Path to College for Intellectually Disabled

Innovative UA program opens door to new opportunities, advantages

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