Pima County urges families to get tested after possible exposure to tuberculosis.
Weekly roundup of education briefs.
The Pima County Health Department is offering extended hours at some clinics.
Two physicians are stretching common sense to the breaking point.
Here's what Tucson consumers need to know.
Cockroach problem gets Golden China extra scrutiny from the health department.
Splash parks are a great place to play for families looking for something cooler than running through the sprinklers and less expensive than a water park.
Five local eateries failed health inspections in April but passed follow-up inspections. Here’s what you need to know:
The Pima County Health Department is providing free child immunizations for the upcoming school year.
Pima County isn’t as healthy as we can be. We hear it in the media every day.
Pima County health officials are closely watching the investigation into a measles case confirmed in an unvaccinated traveler to Phoenix.
Three Tucson eateries and a grocery store in Ajo failed Pima County health inspections in February. The Tucson businesses passed follow-up inspections. Here’s what you need to know:
AJO — Jose Castillo was born here in 1939, at the old hospital that sits atop a hill. He’s lived here most of his life and worked at the open-pit copper mine that used to employ much of the town.
College students may think they know about sex, but the reality is that many of them have a lot to learn.
Thinking about passing up that gourmet food truck in the parking lot for the cleaner restaurant down the street? Think again.
Three local eateries failed health inspections in December but passed follow-up inspections. Here’s what you need to know:
Rodent droppings and dead cockroaches near a soda fountain and its uncovered reservoir full of ice.
Whooping cough cases are at an eight-year high in Pima County, and the Vail area southeast of Tucson continues to suffer the deepest consequences of the ongoing problem.
Health insurance discrimination against gender-variant people is supposed to be a thing of the past under president Obama’s health law.
The Vail School District has confirmed another case of whooping cough, this time at one of the district’s smaller charter schools.