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Community Dialogue Digs into Mental Health Issues

Event aims to bring Tucsonans together to explore how mental health affects Arizona communities.

UA Researcher Explores Link Between Exercise, Brain Evolution

Anthropologist co-authored a paper that looks into the development of human brains, effects of exercise.

Circus Amperean performer Wendy Craft pours some juice

The Power of Circus Amperean

Find out how a small performing arts group is blending mad science and high voltage to entertain Tucson audiences

Native American Vets proudly incorporate their cultural heritage with traditional military uniform in this march.

Event Aims to Inform Native American Vets on Benefits

Gathering hosting veteran, non-veteran health organizations; ensuring all benefits are claimed.

Environmental Group Encourages Applicants for Tree Program

Trees for Tucson provides home shade trees at low cots, promote benefits of planting trees.

A display of Native American practice used to help others heal, at the New Directions Center, a behavior health and treatment center.

Researchers Explore Roots of American Indian Resilience

New studies reveal protective elements of Native American cultural traditions; used for various healing treatments.

Valley Fever Common But Not Harmless

Lung infection endemic to the American Southwest carries risk of complications.

Next Generation of Wireless Communication in the Works

UA researchers received $5.5M to create 5G wireless data service; one of the goals is to ease clog of growing amount of data.

Mosquito

Climate Change May Affect West Nile Mosquitoes, Study Says

UA researchers used computer models to predict impacts of weather changes on mosquito populations.

Harvester ants living in a diorama of their natural habitat.

Conservatory Showcases Ants, Bees in Natural Habitat Displays

Butterfly Wonderland in Scottsdale houses two exhibits that allow visitors to watch creatures' daily routines live.

A new species of desert mountain scorpion found in the Catalina Mountains.

Researchers Find New Scorpion Species in Catalinas

This is the second time a new species is found in the mountains, which is unusual; unclear of how venomous creature is.

Butterfly Wonderland near Scottsdale Arizona is the largest butterfly atrium in the nation and is home to hundreds of different species of these beautiful flying insects.

Scottsdale Conservatory Houses Worldly Butterflies

Nation's largest conservatory receives cocoons from South America, Southeast Asia, other places around globe.

Pima County, UA Working to Eradicate Invasive Bullfrogs

Species has been threatening native frogs, toads, wildlife in central Tucson restoration area.

UA Researchers May Have Found Key to Spider's Venom

Team zeroes in on chemistry of brown recluse's bite with discovery that could help block cellular damage.

AZ Insect Festival Entice Public to Explore Creatures' Wonders

Third annual event highlights insect-related research, teach about their role in ecosystem, feature guest speakers.

Historic Park's Pond Drying Because of Drought

Distinctive desert-meets-swamp characteristic of Tucson's Agua Caliente Park is slowly disappearing.

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