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The One Sacred Nation Healing/Fallen Warrior program brings a Native American perspective to recovery from substance abuse and other addictions.

Web Feature: Finding a Native Way to Heal

Two counselors turn to Native American practices to help people battling addiction

UA Muscular Dystrophy Study Expanding

Steele Children’s Research Center receives $1.35 million grant

Vietnam War veteran David Alegria, commander of the Tucson Chapter of the Military Order of the Purple Heart, says veterans need more help.

Needs of Veterans Grow in Arizona

More former servicemen, women seeking benefits, health, other help

Lydia Baker with the pima council on aging sits down to explain what seniors need to know about Medicare.

Medicare Open Enrollment: It's Time

Seniors can make the annual choices about their health insurance

Alexander Chiu (left) a MD at the University of Arizona department of surgery and Michael Lemole (right) a MD. an chief at the University of Arizona division of neurosurgery talk about brain tumors.

Home From Brain Surgery in Two Days

New minimally invasive techniques developed at UMC reduce pain, recovery time

Cooler Weather Means Possible Increase in Rabies

Pima County issues a warning to be cautious when outdoors.

Arizona State Museum and Director of Education, Lisa Falk (left), and Executive Director of the Tohono O'odham Community Action, Terrol Dew Johnson (right), tell us about an exhibit encouraging children and adults to lead healthier lifestyles.

Exhibit Turns Artistic Eye to Epidemic

Artists explore obesity and diabetes from Native American perspective

UA Steele Children's Research Center Medical Doctor Katri Typpo tells about the use of temperature regulation in infants and children after cardiac arrest.

Study Seeks New Approach to Cardiac Arrest in Children

University of Arizona researchers are part of national study exploring cutting-edge treatment for children with cardiac arrest

Neil MacKinnon is the new director of the UA's College of Public Health, Rural Health division.

UA Rural Health Center Gets New Director

Canadian health specialist takes the reigns with big challenges

A year in the life of breast cancer patient Pat Mersiosky and her family.

Surviving Cancer: One Year Later

Cancer survivor Pat Mersiowsky reflects on life a year after completing her cancer treatment

Valentine Nfonsam is a MD of University Department of Surgery talks about colon and rectal Surgery.

Surgeon Sheds New Light on Often Hidden Problems

New addition to University of Arizona medical faculty one of few using minimally invasive techniques for colon and rectal surgery

We speak to heart specialists Molly Szerlip (left) and Robert Poston (right), who are working on robot-assisted bypass heart surgery at UMC.

Robotic Arms Open New Doors for Heart Patients

Duo of heart specialists are developing robot-assisted bypass surgery at University Medical Center

We speak to a couple of guests from the UA Sarver Heart Center, Wanda Moore (left), and Clint McCall (right) about the Minority Outreach Program and the 6th Annual Heart of the Matter Luncheon that will be held Octoboer 15th, 2011.

UA Targets Women in Heart Disease Prevention

Women of color are key target of effort for Sarver Heart Center annual luncheon

Caitlin Harrington interviews Monique Vallery (left) SAAF events  coordinator and Ethan Smith-Cox (right) SAAF director of development, on the upcoming aids walk.

HIV Testing a First at Annual AIDSWALK

Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation hopes to meet community's need for testing

Voices for the Cure 2012, 2011

Listen to women and men from our community whose lives have been touched by breast cancer share stories of love, courage, and hope.

We visit two food banks in Nogales, Arizona where there is a huge need for these services.

Economic Downturn Creates 'New Poor' in Arizona

Social-service providers see marked increase in numbers seeking help; no relief in sight

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