Tomorrow's the last chance of 2013 for getting instruction in chest-compression CPR from local medical students.
Three faculty members from the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center are scheduled to speak at Tucson’s Fourth annual TEDx event today. TEDx is a locally organized version of the global Technology, Entertainment, Design conferences.
A daylong event Saturday will offer free help to people looking to buy federally-subsidized health insurance.
Measles cases are rare in the U.S., with 175 occurring so far this year. Those statistics include 20 hospitalizations and no deaths.
Here's an antidote to Black Friday consumerism: the unconditional love of a shelter animal.
Jerald and friend on Thanksgiving Day. Jerald is looking for a forever home.
Volunteer dog walkers and cat cuddlers are needed for a special two-hour Thanksgiving morning event at the Pima County Animal Care Center.
On a day when the county shelter does not have regular staff working, volunteers can give a dog some…
Nationally the number of children without health insurance dropped between 2009 and 2011, but not in Arizona, a new study says.
After more than five years of steadily trending downward, child fatalities in Arizona increased slightly - by 2 percent - in 2012.
Given the recent outbreak of whooping cough in the Vail Unified School District, an article in this week's New Republic is a timely one.
Sierra Vista is getting a new community health clinic thanks to a nearly $1 million grant to a Cochise County health organization.
The University of Arizona Medical Center's lung transplant program is once again on hiatus.
Arizona law requires kids to receive certain vaccines in order to attend school unless a doctor signs a medical exemption form or a parent signs a religious or personal beliefs exemption form.
Arizonans who want to purchase subsidized health insurance through President Obama's health law must do it through the federal government, which is operating the state's marketplace.
Tucson teenager Addison Rerecich will be featured on PBS' Frontline at 10 p.m. tonight. The show will take a closer look at the vicious bacterial infection that almost took her life.
Link to preview of PBS special
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne is warning consumers, especially seniors on Medicare, to be cautious of scams related to the rollout of the Affordable Care Act.
The University of Arizona, where chest-compression-only CPR was developed, will offer a free class in the method on Saturday morning.
The chances of Sabella Sarai Gutierrez-Contreras having an Oct. 2 birthday were way against the odds — one in 48 million according to research by staff at Tucson Medical Center where she was born.
New mom Sarah Gutierrez with her daughter, Sabella Sarai Gutierrez-Contreras. Sabella shares the same birthday as both her aunt and grandmother.
The Pima Council on Aging tomorrow - Thursday, Oct. 3 - will hold a free, public session designed to help diabetics adhere to medication instructions.
Arizona ranks fifth in the nation in the rate of women murdered by men, with a rate of 1.84 per 100,000, according to the new Violence Policy Center report, “When Men Murder Women: An Analysis of 2011 Homicide Data.”
The director of exercise science research at Tucson’s Canyon Ranch resort is scheduled to give a free talk at the University of Arizona on Wednesday.
Here's an incentive to run three miles on Sunday: Thin Mints at the finish line.
The American Cancer Society is recruiting Tucson participants to sign up online for a new landmark, cancer research study.