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  • Arizona Daily Star

UA and Banner welcome physician Holm 

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More children in system, however, are on five or more, numbers show.

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If you knew your doctor was prescribing a drug made by a pharmaceutical company that frequently took her out to expensive dinners, could you t…

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The nonprofit Care Fund was launched in Tucson this month.

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Dr. Marvin Slepian and optics pioneer James Wyant named fellows of National Academy of Inventors.

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Views on border strike force, prayers after shootings, success in Foothills schools.

Find tips for seniors and their families and caregivers.

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Seventy employees would immediately lose their jobs.

  • Arizona Daily Star

If watching the documentary “Forks Over Knives,” encouraged you to add more plant-based foods to your diet, you may want to watch “PlantPure N…

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"The Connection: Mind Your Body” will be shown at 6 p.m.

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Seven Medicare certified Tucson acute care community hospitals were rated.

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Tucson Medical Center ends longstanding pediatric contract with university doctors.

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  • By Adina Wingate For the Arizona Daily Star

Untreated, or inadequately treated pain, is disabling.

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Local officials working to keep county's 2015 measles count at zero.

Small group of physicians opposes mandatory vaccination.

  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

Consumer lawsuits against drug companies had not previously been allowed in Arizona.

The school is following Pima County Health Department guidelines for infection control.

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  • By Adina Wingate For the Arizona Daily Star

Senior care needs are changing; local efforts seek to ease family stress.

  • The Associated Press

The case is likely linked to last month's outbreak in southern California.

  • The Associated Press

A measles outbreak that was traced to the theme parks has sickened 70 people and spread to five states.