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Gov. Jan Brewer signed legislation Thursday to allow foster children to be placed in homes with youngsters who are not immunized.
Saying a loving home trumps the chance of disease, state lawmakers gave final approval Tuesday to allowing foster children to be placed in homes where other youngsters are not immunized.
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Arizona firms are on the verge of getting new secrecy protections for the internal reviews they do of their health and safety practices.
Whether you like them feathered, furry or covered in scales, you can go a little crazy over pets this weekend in Glendale.
MEXICO CITY — Mexico's top tourism official said the country may drop out of the world's top 10 tourist destinations, a spot it has held for years.
When Kit Kloeckl was diagnosed with HIV in 2005, he figured he had two options moving forward.
Expanding Arizona’s Medicaid program is vital to the wellbeing of children and their parents — our state’s working poor. As Arizona’s leading professional pediatric organization, we strongly urge support for Gov. Jan Brewer’s proposal.
Calling it a key to preventing mass shootings, a House panel voted Wednesday to require teachers and health professionals to report potentially dangerous people to police.
Attorney General Tom Horne and an Arizona Republican lawmaker are pushing a plan to let principals, teachers and janitors at public schools carry guns.
Alarms sound and firefighters jump into fire trucks in a flash. Soldiers struggle to survive war. A mother grows exhausted caring for her children.
Patients with advanced melanoma face the possibility they could survive much longer with drugs that fire up their immune system to fight cancer but steep odds the therapy will work for them.
United Blood Services is experiencing a severe shortage of blood donations as many donors cancel appointments due to the flu.
Valley Fever among Arizonans continues to run high, according to the state Department of Health Services.
Members of the Independent Redistricting Commission want a federal court to block them from being questioned about the legislative maps they drew.
Professional triathlete Kristi Johnson, 31, was unable to compete in Ironman Arizona this past month but will be heading into next year’s season with unwavering fortitude and a master’s degree in landscape architecture from Arizona State University.
With the recent Newtown tragedy we are again forced to look at the question of our current gun control legislation. We have lost count of the victims of these horrific events and yet they continue. How can we accept the approximately 30,000 deaths each year from firearms (murders, suicides and accidents) without it screaming to us that “Enough is enough”! Have we become so immune to these events that it doesn’t matter any more? That is almost the equivalent of the U.S. Vietnam dead repeated every year.
Insulin resistance, Type 2 diabetes and obesity (diabesity) are global epidemics that continue to rise and come with major health consequences. Type 2 diabetes is commonly associated with poor diet and inactivity. However, there is now evidence of autoimmunity in Type 2 diabetes.
Chandler Regional and Mercy Gilbert Medical Centers’ Community Outreach Immunization Program, in collaboration with Arizona’s Vaccine for Children Program, sponsors free immunization clinics for children, as well as low-cost immunizations for adults
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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.
Chuck Lorre — whose trio of hits includes "Two and a Half Men," ''The Big Bang Theory" and "Mike & Molly" — isn't just a towering comedy mogul.
The ruling of a judge in a case involving Tom Horne’s 2010 campaign could open the door for smear campaigns against candidates by groups that don’t have to disclose who is funding them.
SAN FRANCISCO — A Las Vegas developer has been bounced between tribal and federal court in an effort to protect his financial interest in the Grand Canyon Skywalk, a popular glass bridge that extends from the canyon's edge on tribal land in western Arizona.