A state House panel approved massive changes in campaign finance laws despite a Democrat lawmaker pointing up what he said is a laundry list of flaws and loopholes that will open the door to more dark money.
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.