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Remembering Tucson's Homeless on Winter Nights

On any given night, an estimated 5,000 people live on the streets of Pima County.

Arizona at Front Line of Nation's Drug Addiction Epidemic

Expert: '4 out of 5 who become addicted to heroin started by using prescription opiates.'

Report: Arizona Ranks 30th in Country for Overall Health

Drops one place in rankings from last year, in part, because of structural issues.

UA Research: Non-Food Prize May Help Cut Portion

'Happy meal' effect studied; adults, children chose smaller meals that included prizes.

UA Scientist: Eliminating Poliovirus Samples a Dilemma

One type of the crippling disease has been eradicated, but two others remain.

Report: 'Health Gap' in Arizona Causes Premature Deaths

Maricopa, Santa Crus County are the healthiest, while Apache lags behind

A Road Trip in Search of Answers to Veterans' Suicide

Film chronicles two friends' journey to find healing for post-traumatic stress

The Arizona desert in Border Patrol's Tucson sector

Pneumonia-Like Symptoms? It Might Be Valley Fever

Early diagnosis is the key to effective treatment

Push in Tucson to Get Spanish Speakers Health Insurance

They make up Arizona's and Pima County's largest group of people without coverage.

Flu Season Early in Arizona; It's Not Too Late to Vaccinate

Experts recommend lots of hand-washing, getting shots that take two weeks to be effective.

Study: Arizona Has High Rate of Uninsured Children

Nationally, child uninsurance rate has dropped to historic lows.

State Caps Enrollment For Medicare+Medicaid Recipients

No new recipients to be added to the dual insurance coverage program

Arizona Spotlight for November 6, 2015

A walking meditation in the All Souls Procession; How does a warrior heal?; Developing Tucson's startup culture; What will local election results mean for Tucson?

Should TUSD Post Rates of Immunization at Schools?

District's rates are high, but one board member wants it, saying it will help inform parents.

UA Project Aims to Untangle Medical Jargon for Patients

Management Information Systems project will put information in layman's terms for doctors.

Voices for the Cure 2015 with Betty Villegas and Jessica Ray

In memory of her sister Irma, Betty Villegas shares the influence that genetic testing had on her family's choices regarding breast cancer.

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