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Network helps people get healthy with food

Network helps people get healthy with food

Every week Arnaldo Méndez lifted weights with a trainer, went spinning, hit the Stairmaster and hiked an average of five miles. He was also overweight and on his way to becoming diabetic.

July 25, 2012 12:00 am Photos

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Alzheimer's centers to open

Alzheimer's centers to open

A multimillion-dollar specialty care center for people with Alzheimer's disease is scheduled to open in Tucson this fall, and another center is in the works.

July 23, 2012 12:00 amLoading…

New Alzheimer's center to open in Tucson this fall

A multimillion-dollar specialty care center for people with Alzheimer’s disease is scheduled to open in Tucson this fall, and another center is in the works.

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Tucson surgeon, 63, gets called to Afghanistan

Tucson surgeon, 63, gets called to Afghanistan

Dr. Michael Lavor wasn't expecting to go to war.

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New campus expands hospice Casa de la Luz's office space

New campus expands hospice Casa de la Luz's office space

One of Tucson's largest hospices has a new administrative campus that's been more than 10 years in the making and cost nearly $3 million to build.

July 07, 2012 12:00 am Photos

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Fireworks mean more strays for area shelters

The Humane Society of Southern Arizona took in more stray dogs after Fourth of July fireworks this year, while Pima Animal Care Center saw a decrease, officials said.

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Spreading the joy of eating raw food

Tucson cardiologist Dr. Salvatore Tirrito never craves an ice cream sundae and hopes one day you won't, either.

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Historical status sought for sites TB patients used

Historical status sought for sites TB patients used

Between 1880 and 1945, if you had tuberculosis, the prescription was Arizona. Now Tucson's history as the tuberculosis capital of the United States may soon be preserved by the National Register of Historic Places.

June 21, 2012 12:00 am Photos

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Tucson heat the killer of 2 hikers, autopsies show

Autopsy reports confirm that the Sonoran Desert's punishing heat killed two healthy hikers last month.

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Komen hoping for a lift from summer fundraisers

The Susan G. Komen for the Cure's Southern Arizona chapter is hoping summer fundraising activities will help give the organization a boost.

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Court hears arguments over rejected petitions on UA-area high-rises

The devil is in the details. And those details are threatening to deny the Repeal the MainGate Overlay District petition drive a chance to make its case to voters, the attorney for the UA-area neighborhood group argued in court Friday.

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Da el gobierno ayuda financiera para reducir peligros por plomo

Aquellos en Tucsón que son más vulnerables a la intoxicación por plomo recibirán ayuda adicional gracias a un subsidio para este año del Departamento de Vivienda y Desarrollo Urbano de Estados Unidos.

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Gym-dandy help for Parkinson's

Gym-dandy help for Parkinson's

There's an exclusive new gym in town.

April 15, 2012 12:00 am Photos

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Grant will help reduce risk of lead poisoning

Those in Tucson most vulnerable to lead poisoning are getting some help thanks to a year-long, $2.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

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Schools health push finds logical ally

Schools health push finds logical ally

Flowing Wells Superintendent Nic Clement says his stroke came at the perfect time.

April 01, 2012 12:00 am Photos

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Spring-break hazard: bedbug infestation

Spring-break hazard: bedbug infestation

With spring break coming up, travelers may want to make sure they don't pick up the souvenir no one plans to take home - bedbugs.

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Streetcar construction starts in April; here's what you need to know

Streetcar construction starts in April; here's what you need to know

Tucson is about to embark on a 475-day construction project to build a modern streetcar that will span 3.9 miles and have 17 stops. Here's what you need to know about the construction process.

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For 101 naturalized here, 'it's a dream come true'

For 101 naturalized here, 'it's a dream come true'

For Imran Ata, the dream of coming to America meant hearts.

February 15, 2012 12:00 amLoading…
Regents name next UA president

Regents name next UA president

Ann Weaver Hart will become the next president of the University of Arizona, the Arizona Board of Regents announced Tuesday.

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