The health, social and economic costs of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias (ADRD) among older Americans are projected to double by 2060, according to new research by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
There’s something comforting about home cooking. And, even though a lot of restaurants advertise that their cooking is as good as your mother’s, recent data shows that more Americans are staying in than they did a decade ago.
The Interior Department says Arizona will get $2 million from the Land and Water Conservation Fund. Without congressional action, the program is scheduled to lapse at the end of the month. But last week, the U.S. House Natural Resources Committee approved a bill to reauthorize it.
In high schools across the country, students are put onto a certain "track" for their math classes — it could be honors, advanced placement, college prep, remedial or any number of other-named tracks. But research is starting to question whether that’s helping or hurting students.
A state senator says she’s looking into changes to Arizona’s laws on charter schools in an effort to make them more transparent and subject to the same financial laws as district schools — and Governor Doug Ducey says he’s on board with that effort.
For months, some south Phoenix residents and business owners have demanded more details about the project and asked for changes, or in some cases, told the City Council they don’t want to see the train come down Central Avenue at all.
Jessica Gonzalez was born in Puerto Rico, but came to the United States as a baby with her mother. When the storm hit last year, she said she felt both incredibly connected to her home — and so far away from it, at the same time.
The arrest of a patient in Arizona is threatening to upend the state’s medical marijuana industry. It’s a case likely headed to the Arizona Supreme Court. The second part in a series about the issues surrounding medical marijuana laws in Arizona looks at how the case began. Part 1: Concern And Confusion →
One year after Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico, the island is still feeling the effects of the devastating storm. As rebuilding efforts continue, we discuss how identity has changed on the island.
When Canada said it would legalize recreational marijuana, some people thought: I am going to have an amazing party. Others worried about what to tell their kids. James Tebrake had a different thought: What happens to a country's economy when a popular drug goes from being illegal to being legal?