Suzanne Sisley was let go last month.
Minors must now have a prescription to purchase most OTC remedies.
Dr. Rainer Gruessner will argue against his termination at an Aug. 5 hearing.
After years of regulatory wrangling, Tucson-based SynCardia Systems Inc. has won approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for a small portable driver for its temporary artificial heart.
Dr. Warren C. Breidenbach III of Tucson helped develop new national transplant policies.
Arizona congressman praises 10-year-old girl's courage.
Two physicians are stretching common sense to the breaking point.
Study was for working-age population from 2006 to 2010.
News from Northwest Medical Center and Raytheon Missile Systems.
Vulnerable adults are at risk everywhere, Arizona Supreme Court rules.
The justices rejected arguments that the law was always intended to cover things like nursing homes.
UA grad student looks at how arguing affects long-term health.
Isa and Iggy are two of the cutest pups you'll ever meet — maybe a mix of pug/boxer or some-such.
Drugs have street value of nearly $14,000.
The Humane Society of Southern Arizona hosted another community vaccination clinic last weekend — with free distemper vaccinations in an effort to protect the community’s dogs from the deadly distemper virus.
The uninsured and the poor are targeted.
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.
The University of Arizona Cancer Center has a new director — a prostate cancer researcher and medical oncologist from the Medical University of South Carolina.
PHOENIX — Pregnant and want to avoid a cesarean section if at all possible? Having treatment done at a hospital and want to know the costs? The state Department of Health Services may be able to help.
PHOENIX — Calling the measure likely illegal, a federal appeals court this morning blocked the state from telling doctors how they can and cannot use certain drugs for abortions.