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Advocates say doctors can show biased behavior toward autistic adults

Planned Parenthood Arizona expands services to include vasectomies

The procedure will now be offered in the Southern Arizona Regional Health Center.

Obstetrician appeals decision over Arizona abortion law

The suit seeks to reverse an Arizona Court of Appeals ruling that said doctors couldn’t be charged for performing abortions in the first 15 weeks of pregnancy.

Poison control, dispensaries on alert as kids who accidentally eat marijuana edibles rises

Parents are advised to treat edibles like household cleansers or weapons – locked away from their children.

COVID detectives still dogged by disinformation

Researchers continue confirming the source of the coronavirus at a Chinese wet market

Biofilm Discoveries

A retired professor at the University of Arizona has transformed a biofilm derived from lung tissue into multiple inventions that could solve everything from foodborne illness to the water crisis.

NFL will offer free CPR training during Super Bowl week

The NFL and American Heart Association will provide free CPR education throughout the week as part the NFL Experience at the Phoenix Convention Center.

UA swimmer dies of bacterial infection

No connection to COVID or vaccine in ME's statement.

Record breaking Affordable Care Act health insurance sign ups

Average Arizona families will save over $4,700 in yearly premiums.

Three years on, COVID-19 no longer grabs headlines, still poses a threat

It hits the elderly hardest, it spikes in summer and winter, it killed men in Arizona at sharply higher rates t

Researchers suggest new tools to study cancer

Engineering could hold the key to the next advance in solving the puzzle.

SEMA Lab - Science Enhanced Mindful Awareness

SEMA Lab at the University of Arizona is developing tools to better understand mindfulness meditation, make mindfulness more accessible, and ultimately enhance anyone’s quest for personal happiness.

Court: Abortion doctors can’t be charged under Arizona law

The Arizona Court of Appeals declined to repeal the 1864 law.

Pima Health Director to lead AZ Dept. of Health Services

Hobbs tapps Dr. Theresa Cullen to run agency.

Phoenix nursery provides model solution for newborns exposed to opioids

As their babies are treated, parents are connected with addiction treatment, child services and, if necessary, help obtaining essentials such as housing – ideally before their children are born.

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