Senior care needs are changing; local efforts seek to ease family stress.
Tibetan physician to discuss healing and prevention at upcoming talk in Tucson
Improving caregiving and burial practices will help stop the disease, he says.
Local health officials talk about the disease and resources to fight it.
The unidentified patient is being kept in isolation at a Dallas hospital.
A new short-term psychiatric center for seniors needs hopeful artwork.
Researchers at ASU's Biodesign Institute pioneered the use of tobacco plants to produce antibodies.
David Sanders/La Estrella de TucsónNoland Johnson holds white tepary beans grown in Cowlic, AZ, near Sells, Wednesday, March 31, 2004, during the resurgence of traditional farming on the Tohono O’odham Indian Reservation. Tepary beans have been grown by the Native Americans for hundreds of y…
Tucson is one of 17 communities participating in a model test that offers the YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program at no cost to qualified Medicare enrollees.
Noland Johnson holds white tepary beans grown in Cowlic, near Sells.
Supporters of Obamacare are celebrating that the law is not an unmitigated disaster, just a mitigated one.
Nearby regions of the brain can take on reading, writing and speaking tasks lost to brain damage from stroke or trauma.
A bacterial disease called “early mortality syndrome” has become a multibillion-dollar problem for the global shrimp-farming industry in the last year or so.
Tucson-based Cancer Prevention Pharmaceuticals Inc. has signed an exclusive licensing agreement with a Swiss drug company for European and Japanese rights to develop and commercialize a gastrointestinal-cancer-prevention drug.
Chart showing number of cases of whooping cough in the U.S., 1922-2012, and includes when inmunizations were developed; cases of whooping cough in United States highest since 1959. The Philadelphia Inquirer 2012
The news on Wednesday of singer Andy Williams dying from bladder cancer jarred my bravado. Wednesday was my checkup day.
The keys to emotional health while dealing with pain and disease will be discussed in a free, public presentation at the University of Arizona Medical Center on Wednesday, Sept. 5.
PHOENIX — State Health Director Will Humble refused Thursday to expand the conditions for which marijuana can be legally recommended.
AUGUSTA, Ga. — A Georgia woman diagnosed with a rare, flesh-eating disease left the hospital Monday after nearly two months and headed to an inpatient rehabilitation clinic, where she’ll learn to move with the aid of a wheelchair after having her left leg, right foot and both hands amputated.
PHOENIX — Arizona parents who choose not to vaccinate their children are putting the whole community at risk, a state house committee here heard this morning.