When you think midwife, you might think home birth. Not so for a growing number of Valley women are taking more control over their birth plans by utilizing certified nurse midwives in a hospital setting.
More than 1,500 deaths could be avoided each year if all Arizonans had the same opportunities for maintaining their health, a study by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin reported Wednesday.
A new initiative at Northern Arizona University recruits the help of the public to map the spread of tick-borne diseases. Scientists will use the data to study the diversity of ticks and the pathogens they carry.
As Baby Boomers age, the gaming industry is trying to attract more millennials. It’s a topic that attracted a lot of interest at the National Indian Gaming Tradeshow and Convention at the Phoenix Convention Center.
We remember Grant Tinker, who died last month at 90. He founded MTM productions with his then-wife Mary Tyler Moore and produced her hit TV show. Later as chairman of NBC, Tinker oversaw the hit shows Cheers, Hill Street Blues and St. Elsewhere.