As polio appears again decades after it was considered eliminated in the U.S., Americans unfamiliar with the dreaded disease need a primer on protecting themselves and their young children.
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Senate and Gubernatorial Races Will Determine Arizona’s Stance on Abortion Rights
With the midterm elections just around the corner, candidates are solidifying their stances and preparing for what will ultimately decide the direction Arizona heads towards in the coming years.
First Birth Rate Increase for Arizona in Seven Years
Experts who had estimated that the last year would see a heavy decline in birth rates due mainly to the difficulties created by the COVID-19 pandemic, were instead stumped by data showing an increase – the first in seven years for our state.
Biden Administration Takes Steps to Fix Baby Formula Shortage
The Biden administration has announced more steps it is taking to address the ongoing shortage of infant formula across the United States.
Arizona Sees Increase of Drug Use Disorders Over a Decade
Data from the Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) reveals the health outcomes of Arizonans from 2009 to 2019.
Arizona Poised to Prosecute Abortion Providers with Roe v. Wade Reversal
A leak of a draft Supreme Court decision to end the nationwide right to abortion has sparked much debate and speculation that other landmark rulings could now be on shakier ground, including those that legalized same-sex marriage and birth control.
Arizona’s Staggering Opioid Overdose Numbers Highlight a Worsening Health Crisis for the State
According to the latest available data from the Kaiser Family Foundation, Arizona reported some of the highest number of opioid deaths in the Southwest region, on top of having disproportionately younger users compared to nearby states.