Barrow Neurological Institute is increasing the number of clinical trials for patients at its Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center in Phoenix. Dr. Holly Shill, the center’s director, says it’s important research studies are open to patients at all stages of the disease.
For the first time in more than six years, the Salt River Project is releasing water into the Salt River through the Valley. That has led to the closure of Tempe Town Lake after debris from the release flowed into the lake.
Members of the Tuskegee Airmen, the elite group who rose above institutional racism and became the preferred escort for bombing missions over Europe during World War II, recently shared their inspiring message with students at Luke Elementary School in Glendale.
Despite the presence of some lead characters of color in the new batch of Star Wars films and some favorite comic book heroes finding different incarnations with younger and more diverse versions, there has long been a noticeable lack of African-Americans represented in science fiction. The movement known as Afrofuturism has been trying to counter that.
And now we remember Dr. Ted Diethrich, who has died in the Valley from complications related to a brain tumor. Diethrich rose to great international fame in the 1980s when one of his open heart surgeries became the first ever broadcast on live television.
Progress is being made on something that, until recently, may have only seemed possible in science fiction or superhero stories. To learn more, we spoke with Bradley Greger, an assistant professor at ASU who specializes in neural engineering and neural systems research.
In 2015, America spent $3.2 trillion on health care, nearly $10,000 per person. But, we live shorter, sicker lives than people in most other wealthy countries. That’s according to a new two-year study from the RAND Corporation that found that counties that spend more money on social safety-net programs have better health outcomes.
Have you ever thought of a friend you haven't seen in a long time only to run into her the same day? Have you ever thought of a historical figure and had that same person be a clue in The New York Times crossword puzzle?
Researchers have been working on ways to make treating diseases more efficient and successful. Now, an invention from ASU scientists is helping that effort by allowing for the potential of discovering what ailments patients have before they start showing symptoms.
Arizona Supreme Court Justices heard arguments Tuesday over how far charter cities can go in enacting their own ordinances. Howie Fischer of Capitol Media Services was in the courtroom Tuesday, and joins me today.
Upon taking office in January, Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone laid out a long list of priorities. One of those was to restore confidence among communities of color that they could trust the agency.