A 29-year-old man was arrested Wednesday for attempting to smuggle 26 pounds of cocaine into the United States through the Mariposa Port of Entry in Nogales, Ariz, officials said.
A billboard along Interstate 10 is disingenuous and misleading parents about childhood vaccinations, some local public health officials say.
The billboard, along Interstate 10 West between Grant Road and Miracle Mile, looks "benign," said Dr. Francisco Garcia, the chief medical officer for the Pima County Health Department. "The issue they leave out when you go to their website is the benefits of vaccines," he added.
A heart lecture series at the Woods Memorial Library on Wednesday will feature a free CPR class and a lecture about inexpensive, healthy nutrition.
"All the work we did in the past has laid the foundation for this," says Cindy Parseghian about a new drug being tested for Neimann-Pick Type C, which killed three of her four children.
In the 18 years since her family began advancing research into the extremely rare, fatal disease that killed three of her four children, Cindy Parseghian has never felt more hopeful about a treatment.
Three long-awaited studies have shown that mechanically removing a blood clot from a stroke patient’s brain is no more useful than the older treatment of giving an IV dose of a clot-dissolving drug to the whole body.
A medical marijuana card holder in Sierra Vista was arrested last week after officers found more plants on her property than she was legally allowed to have.
GILBERT — A Gilbert woman is accused of fraudulently claiming she has cancer and getting thousands of dollars in donations.
SEATTLE — The grass is no greener. But, finally, it’s legal — at least somewhere in America. It’s been a long, strange trip for marijuana.
PHOENIX — State and county officials cannot refuse to process applications for medical marijuana dispensaries just because the drug remains illegal under federal law, a trial judge ruled today.
An Arizona dump truck driver convicted of numerous charges for the 2010 deaths of four motorcyclists has been sentenced to 26 years in prison.
PHOENIX — A clock is now ticking to end the legal right of medical marijuana cardholders in the Phoenix area to grow their own.
A Tucson construction worker was sentenced to one year in jail Wednesday by a judge who said she was unwilling to risk the safety of any probation officer who might be assigned to his case.
BALTIMORE — A Virginia man who received a full-face transplant seven months ago eats primarily by mouth and can taste and smell, The University of Maryland Medical Center says.
Local health blogger Rachel Miller is speaking out about urinary incontinence in younger women.
A Tucson woman is suing a local physicians group, claiming a piece of medical equipment pulled out her hair and could have crushed her head.
Two University of Arizona physicians this Wednesday will host a free a question and answer session about the many forms of arthritis that affect millions of people.
The news on Wednesday of singer Andy Williams dying from bladder cancer jarred my bravado. Wednesday was my checkup day.
A Tucson construction worker who claims he can cure gynecological cancers by treating women with ozone was found guilty of practicing without a license, a misdemeanor, Friday, but the jury deadlocked on whether he was guilty of the felony fraud and illegally conducting an enterprise charges.