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Pima County passes national number in bivalent booster administration

Pima County currently has 9% of eligible people who are 12 and up vaccinated with the new shot.

Bivalent boosters approved for ages 5 to 11

The FDA and CDC approved the usage of the drug on Oct. 12.

Phoenix City Council passes abortion resolution modeled after Tucson’s

The resolution states the support for abortion access and deprioritzes law enforcement of current abortion restrictions.

ASU study finds that 1 in 4 Arizona suicides involved intimate partner problems

Data was collected over five years through law enforcement reports, medical examiner reports and death certificates.

Fighting Foodborne Illness

Sadhana Ravishankar has spent her career keeping agricultural products in Arizona safe, and was recently awarded Inventor of the Year by Tech Launch Arizona for developing natural antimicrobial washes.

A new Pima County overdose prevention campaign begins

The first installment of $1.5 million from a legal settlement with pharmaceutical companies and distributors is funding the new campaign.

Protests begin after abortion ban is reinstated

Friday evening, protesters took to the Pima County Superior Court following its decision to reinstate a century old abortion ban.

The Buzz: How Arizona's lack of school mental health staff affects students

Arizona has some of the worst student-to-mental-health-professional ratios in the US.

SensorLab

The SensorLab is a University of Arizona Health Sciences initiative that promotes research that relates to human physiology and behavior and emphasizes sensor-based research.

Pima County teams up with UA for COVID vaccines

The clinic will offer the new bivalent vaccines.

Free COVID testing availaible

SonoraQuest labs is offering the service at 50 sites in Arizona.

New report shows opioid deaths increased despite state initiatives

Opioid overdose deaths increased by 120% between 2017 to 2021, according to the Arizona Department of Health Services.

US to award $35M in grants to tribes for 988 crisis line

Arizona has more than 20 federally recognized tribes.

Arizona sees its first Tribal Area Health Education Center

The center will work to bolster health care education and training to American Indian communities.

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