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Web Feature: From the Tree to the Table

A West Side ‘mesquitera’ teaches locals to eat their yards

Margaret Hoeft, an ovarian cancer survivor, talks about ovarian cancer and an upcoming symposium to be held on Saturday 1 Sep 12 at the UA Cancer Center.

Raising Ovarian Cancer Awareness

Doctors, survivors use symposium to spread message


West Nile Cases Rise in U.S., Arizona

Mosquito-borne disease proliferates, but no cases in Pima County

Video Postcard Rattlesnake

Rattler Bites on Rise This Year

State poison control center reports most in 3 years

TUSD Menu Changes Offer Healthier Options

More fruits, vegetables part of effort to curb high rate of childhood obesity

Nutrition Sciences Assistant Research Professor Melanie Hingle speaks about the increasing number of cases of childhood obesity and its effects as well as preventative measures parents can take to help their children.

The Challenge of Childhood Obesity Prevention

Information aplenty; implementation a key issue, nutritionist says

Doctor examines child

Arizona Faces Doctor Shortage

Federal health care act requires more physicians

Traffic on Speedway in Tucson

AZ Fatal Crashes Rose in 2011

Increase is first in 5 years; motorcycle deaths up 55%

Thumbnail size image of CODAC Behavioral Health Services logo.

S. AZ Behavioral Health Patients May Soon See Same-Day Care

As part of national initiative, two Southern Arizona agencies working toward faster service for those who call for mental health care

Safety a Top Priority in Drowning-Prone AZ

Fire marshal pushes Drowning Impact Awareness Month for sake of children

Marijuana Dispensary Selections This Week

State moving ahead despite pleas from county legal officials

'Dry Heat' Tough on Tucson's Homeless

Cooling Center provides comfortable respite for those without shelter

Ph.D. Vice President for Research of the Muscular Dystrophy Association Sanjay Bidichandani, talk about a new program that involves training for research called Bridge-to-Industry (B21) that will fund participants to conduct research to try to develop drugs for neuromuscular diseases.

MDA, UA Team for Disease Research

Cooperation may lead to important discoveries in muscular diseases

20-Week Abortion Law Blocked by U.S. Court

Move comes two days after federal judge ruled in favor of Arizona


S. AZ Schools, Non-Profit Win Fed Health Funding

Nearly $1.6M for awarded to Sunnyside, Nogales, Pima Partnership

Med Marijuana Extensions Sought

State health officials consider sleep disorder, skin condition treatments

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