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Doctors treating patients they suspect have valley fever will soon have a new way to test for the disease. TGen, along with the Utah-based company DxNA, says the FDA has cleared their new, molecular test for the ailment.
While conversations to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement or NAFTA continue, energy trade between Mexico and the U.S. keeps expanding. And this Wednesday, an American company opened the first fully private gas station in Mexico.
Negotiations continue behind the scenes on what to do with the nearly 700,000 so-called "DREAMers" in the United States — who were brought to this country as children when undocumented relatives took them across the border.
Historically, the FLDS has been the most prominent religious presence in Short Creek, but in recent years it has become much more religiously diverse as people have left or been kicked out of the church. Now there are several faiths present in a community that was once dominated by just one.
A lawsuit to give the Colorado River legal personhood is over. A Colorado environmental group had sued that state in federal court, asking the court to say the river could sue over environmental threats.
A $58 million project will widen four miles of the I-10 south of Eloy to three lanes in both directions and install dust storm-detecting radar. “Right where you and I would be going down the freeway, we’ll know exactly what visibility is like,” ADOT spokesman Tom Herrmann said.
A new study finds certain words can signal how stressed out you feel. And, it may not be the words that first come to mind. The research could potentially help doctors better identify people at risk of stress-related diseases.
For decades, researchers have been exploring ways to understand how children are affected by the death of a parent — and how those children and their surviving parent move forward, even as they’re dealing with grief. One of the leaders in the field has been Irwin Sandler, Research Professor in Psychology at ASU.