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We talk to Lee Ryan, Ph.D., UA Associate Professor of Psychology, and Gene Alexander, Ph.D., UA Associate Professor of Psychology, about their work imaging the brain.

UA Researchers: Brain Images to Understand Dementia, Alzheimer's

Identifying factors that determine how well someone ages may help figure out ways to treat, or even prevent, age-related memory impairments.

Woman walking towards Outpatient Psychiatry office.

Stigma Keeps African Americans from Mental Care, Expert Says

The black community has traditionally turned to church and family for help, but therapists say attitudes are starting to change.

Tucson Mayor, Pima Aim to Push Affordable Care Act Enrollments

Mayor Jonathan Rothschild, county's health dept. have strategies to raise awareness on importance of signing up.

We learn about heart disease with Dr. Lori Mackstaller M.D., an associate professor of Clinical Medicine.

Physician: Depression May Lead to Heart Disease, Vice Versa

Cardiovascular disease has also been linked to other conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis.

We discover what genetics can tells us about the heart with Jil Tardiff, M.D., Ph.D. from the University of Arizona Department of Medicine and the Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine.

Genetic Studies of Heart Help in Cardiovascular Research

Researchers study problems with heart muscle, starting from the molecule; new tools help understand how genetic mutations lead to heart conditions.

We Talk With doctor Karl Kern, M.D. about compression only CPR.

Resuscitation Methods Developed in AZ Known Around Globe

UA's Resuscitation Research Group proposed new approach to cardio pulmonary resuscitation back in 2002.

People gather to meet the Soup Patrol. The Soup Patrol delivers hot soup and other food to homeless folks around Tucson.

Local Soup Patrol Helps Feed Tucson's Homeless

For those living without homes food, nourishment are constant needs; over past 7 years local volunteers have aided the issue.

We are joined by Eric Lutz, Ph.D., CMSP and Mary Poulton, Ph.D.to discuss mining safety and the dangers that many of us, who work above ground, may find hard to imagine.

AZ Groups Working to Improve Mining Safety

Despite safeguards, technological improvements, people still die or are injured every year in accidents.

Navajo Nation Council Passes Junk Food Tax

Healthy Diné Nation Act will add a 2 percent tax to sweetened beverages and salty, fatty foods with low nutrient value.

Thousands of AZ Kids Could Lose Health Coverage Saturday

State insurance program ending, some will be unable to enroll in private insurance under Affordable Care Act.

Dr. James E. Dalen, Dean Emeritus at the U of A College of Medicine, discusses the connection between economic stability and health insurance.

Tucson Doctor: Better Health System Thanks to Obamacare

Dr. James Dalen says country's broken system has caused economic hardship, one of most pressing issues in U.S.

David Galbraith and Tom Doetschman from BIO5 Institute & School of Plant Sciences discuss recently published RNA research that could have implications in cancer research, studies of organ functioning, and disease.

UA's RNA Research Helping Scientists with Cancer Diagnosis

New developments in molecular biology make it possible to measure messenger RNA in single cells.

Martha Moore-Monroy, program director of research with REACH and Michael Bookman, director of clinical research, discuss the importance of Cervical Cancer Screenings.

Early Screening Key for Cervical Cancer Survival, Expert Says

January has been declared Cervical Cancer Awareness Month; doctor says 100% curable if detected very early on.

People experiencing eudiaimonia happiness, having a meaning or purpose in life that fulfills their spirit, as they enjoy a day downtown.

Popular Downtown Lecture Series Offers Guidance on Happiness

UA anthropologist discussing his research on link between exercise and feeling happy at Downtown Happiness series.

AZ Implementing New Abortion Regulations Starting in April

Such limit use of most common abortion-inducing drug, saying it shouldn't be administered later than 7 weeks into pregnancy.

CPS Forum Asks Public Input on Child Welfare Improvements

Lawmakers to listen to public ideas in Tucson as state works to reconstruct child advocacy agency.

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