Health and Medicine

More M.D.s Needed Under New Health Law

Mar 26, 2012 Arizona already well short of national average for primary care physicians

AZ a Party to Supreme Court Health Care Case

Mar 26, 2012 26 states, including ours, challenging U.S. Affordable Care Act; hearings start today

AZ Week: Health Care Costs Unsustainable

Mar 23, 2012 Return to free market, economist says; fix Medicare, Medicaid, others say

Web Feature: Help on Wheels

Mar 15, 2012 Van of Hope takes healthcare on the road to serve the homeless

AZ Week: State Surplus, Spend or Save?

Feb 24, 2012 Gov. wants more for education, prisons; Legislature wants to save it for rough times ahead

Civility Groups Forging Projects

Feb 21, 2012 Updates from two organizations formed after Jan. 8 shooting

AZ Week: State Needs Improved Child Safety System

Feb 3, 2012 From law enforcement to Child Protective Services worker caseloads, upgrades sought

Web Feature: Where Wishes Are Horses

Jan 26, 2012 Equine therapy helps youth on the Pascua Yaqui Reservation reconnect with their culture—and themselves

AZ Week: Brewer Wants to Spend Some, Save More

Jan 13, 2012 Mental health, state computers, Child Protective Services may see upgrades

A Winning Wrestling Legacy Spans Generations

Dec 23, 2011 Sunnyside wrestling program teaches discipline

Web Feature: Finding a Native Way to Heal

Nov 16, 2011 Two counselors turn to Native American practices to help people battling addiction

Surviving Cancer: One Year Later

Oct 24, 2011 Cancer survivor Pat Mersiowsky reflects on life a year after completing her cancer treatment

Patients Seek Hope Through Trials

Oct 3, 2011 Clinical trials offer cancer patients a chance at treatment and a role in research

Losing AHCCCS: Southern Arizona Copes With Medicaid Cuts

Sep 30, 2011 An Arizona Public Media special report on cuts' impact to patients and health care providers

Researchers Probe Dramatic Drop In Vaccinations

Aug 23, 2011 Arizona parents choosing not to vaccinate their children has doubled in a single decade

Officials Investigating Cross-Border Outbreak

Jul 21, 2011 An outbreak of Guillain-Barre Syndrome sickens 22 people on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border

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