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Dobson Ranch Library will host a series of free workshops by Dr. Harvey Abrams on Tuesdays from 1 to 2 p.m.
Allergies can put a serious crimp in gardening: A runny nose, itchy eyes, or a wheezing and persistent cough can drive allergy sufferers indoors during the growing season.
Cardon Children’s Medical Center will provide a free pediatric asthma support event in Chandler on Nov. 3.
HAVANA — Each summer, microscopic dust particles kicked up by African sandstorms blow thousands of miles (kilometers) across the Atlantic to arrive in the Caribbean, limiting airplane pilots' visibility to just a few miles and contributing to the suffering of asthmatics trying to draw breath.
The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality has issued an Ozone Health Watch for the remainder of Monday, July 8 and for Tuesday, July 9.
Sometimes it’s best to start out small and work up to something bigger.
Cardon Children’s Medical Center in Mesa will offer a free asthma support event featuring animals from the Phoenix Zoo at 1 p.m. Saturday, July 13, in the center’s Forever Young Zone, 1400 S. Dobson Road.
As development of the Loop 202 South Mountain Freeway has inched closer to a reality over the years, the proposed Pecos Alignment of the freeway has been most hotly debated because of the impending destruction to South Mountain itself. But many in Ahwatukee Foothills — on paper a part of the City of Phoenix, but ostensibly it’s own community of nearly 80,000 residents neighboring Tempe and Chandler — are also fearful of the state removing homes, businesses and a church to build the new freeway.
Editor’s note: This is part two of a continuing summer series on the proposed South Mountain Loop 202 Freeway.
The Valley is under an ozone health watch that will continue into Saturday.
About a dozen people are moving their arms and legs to the sound of silence. Only the soft voice of their instructor, Debbie Nemeth, occasionally breaks in.
The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality has issued an ozone health watch for Tuesday.
Banner Children’s at Cardon Children’s Medical Center will have a free “Asthma Attackers” swim class 11:30 to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 6 in Mesa.
Take Care Clinics at Valley Walgreens are expanding services and offering assessment, treatment and management for chronic conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, high cholesterol, asthma and others, as well as additional preventive health services, according to a release.
I’ll admit it. It’s hard to stick to a New Year’s resolution of getting into shape. At this point in the new year, some of us have given up, some of us are dropping off our new workout commitments.
Banner Health will offer a mobile heath unit, which will travel to area schools to treat uninsured or underinsured children up to 21-years-old, beginning Jan. 14.
Arizona State University will become a tobacco-free campus beginning next summer, but in protest and to raise awareness of the ban, a student-led group passed out cigarettes to students on the Tempe campus Wednesday.
Arizona State University will become a tobacco-free campus beginning next summer, but in protest and to raise awareness of the ban, one student-led group passed out cigarettes to students on the Tempe campus Wednesday.
It's a disservice to the quality of play displayed by both teams to call Arcadia's volleyball playoff victory at Glendale Ironwood on Thursday a sweep.
Are you constantly struggling to reach or maintain healthy weight? Do you experience cravings for specific foods? What about unexplained joint pain, skin problems or headaches? If so, the cause is highly probably related to the food(s) you’re eating.
If you’re having a medical emergency, the best thing you can do is get to the nearest hospital.
For many children, their first pet is a virtual one.
LOS ANGELES (AP) For many children, their first pet is a virtual one. Experts say many children who enter the first grade can play video games but few have a pet to play with. And teachers say that's a shame, considering how animals - real ones - can enrich a child's upbringing.
In this Sept. 11, 2012, photo, principal Ben Januschka and Jayvon Maternowski share hold of a corn snake in the first grade classroom of Dawn Slinger, background left, in Farmington, Minn. Slinger chooses the animals because they fascinate children, their temperaments are right and they don't bother students with allergies or asthma, she says. Maryland-based Pets in the Classroom project is offering grants to help teachers pay for pets, cages, tanks and supplies of food. It issued its 10,000th grant this summer. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)