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University of Arizona Gets $3.6M for Public Health Training Centers

UA collaborating with Nevada, California, Hawaii to open facilities there; focus will be on rural areas.

Council: Arizona is Well Equipped to Deal with an Ebola Outbreak

But communication between state's healthcare communities needs work to tackle any infectious disease epidemics, group points out.

Consumer Group: Parents Should Keep an Ear Out for Loud Toys

Annual report highlights products that are harmful to children, including some that can cause hearing loss.

Arizona Medical Marijuana Researcher May Get $2M from Colorado

Sue Sisley's study hopes to provide scientific evidence of soothing effects drug may have on PTSD symptoms.

Tucson Medical Center Opens Wellness Center at a Shopping Mall

Fitness classes, lectures and medical screenings will now be happening at La Encantada.

Q-and-A on Medicare Open Enrollment

Expert advises seniors to act now, with deadline two weeks away; some plans changing, others more costly.

American Indian Children, Youth Are More Exposed to Violence

Task force makes recommendations to US attorney general on how to help tribes with issue.

University of Arizona Medical Center

UA Health Network Takeover Will Be Complete in January

President Ann Weaver Hart says move will ensure long-term sustainability of university's academic medical programs.

More Arizona Children Dying from Maltreatment

Dept. of Health Services releases its annual report on childhood fatalities. Has More Insurance Options This Open Enrollment Period

United Healthcare, two other companies have joined in to sell plans on Arizona's federally run marketplace.

Second Chance to Get Health Insurance Under Affordable Care Act

Open enrollment starts Saturday, Nov. 15 for those who didn't get covered last year.

State Health Services Gets Heat Over Treatment of Abortion Advocate

Kat Sabine of NARAL Arizona says she was targeted because of her work.

Valley Fever Cases in Arizona Drop Sharply

State Health Services says number of infections decreased by more than half in past year.

State Supreme Court Hears Medicaid Expansion Fight

Key proponent Brewer makes appearance in court as justices hear arguments over legality of challenge, fees.

First Flu Case of Season Reported in Pima County

Child has contracts virus; county health director urges getting vaccinated, saying it will prevent disease and death.

Repose - The Potent Pause

Tucson residents' new book recommends lying on your back for a surprising number of mental and physical health benefits.

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