WASHINGTON — A member of Congress and several food and worker safety groups are calling for the U.S. Department of Agriculture to publicly release a copy of a proposed rule that would dramatically change how chickens and turkeys are inspected in U.S. slaughterhouses.
Two longtime behavioral-health nonprofits in Southern Arizona have merged with a new name that’s effective today.
If you have a health related question, need to find low-cost health care resources in Pima County or want to know what your blood pressure is, head over to the Murphy-Wilmot Library, 530 N. Wilmot Road, tomorrow at noon.
WASHINGTON - The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has failed to live up to its promises - or even its name.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - The new Affordable Care Act provides both short- and long-term plans for health improvement. Its success depends on full implementation of short-term health insurance access and long-term public-health elements.
Pima County employees might soon have good reason to take a smoking break - or more accurately, take a break from smoking.
Those promotions for flu shots that have begun appearing around Tucson are not premature - now is a good time to get immunized, health officials say.
While West Nile virus is reaching record levels in some parts of the country, Pima County has had one probable case - on par with the number infected at this time last year, local health officials say.
Pima County's biggest health problem is a lack of access to medical care, a new report says.
PHOENIX (AP) — Health officials say an elderly man in Maricopa County has died after contracting the West Nile Virus.
PHOENIX — The first case of West Nile Virus of the state’s monsoon season has been confirmed, Arizona health officials say.
New Life Community Resource Center, 5245 S. 12th Ave., is hosting a free health fair from 9 a.m. to noon today.
A University of Arizona alum known as the "threat detective" will be in Tucson this week to talk about global health threats.
PHOENIX — The death of a Maricopa County infant from whooping cough is prompting health officials to urge residents to make sure they’re vaccinated.
The University of Arizona has won two federal grants to start
two public-health training centers.