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When Arizona is still not ready for the sun: the real issue

Arizona Health has taken the first steps to make it easier for residents to get medical care for conditions like chronic pain, cancer, asthma and more.The state is working to establish a statewide network of community health centers that will be accessible to residents with pre-existing conditions, such as arthritis, diabetes and chronic fatigue syndrome.The…


How to get an Obamacare health care plan in Georgia

As the Affordable Care Act enters its final stages of implementation, the number of people signing up for coverage through the state’s health insurance exchanges is still far below the number who want to purchase one.The latest data from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services shows that just 11,619 people signed up for…


How the GOP plans to roll back women’s health coverage

A new effort to rollback women’s access to birth control has gained the support of the House GOP.The measure was introduced Monday by Reps.Jackie Speier, D-Calif., and Zoe Lofgren, D -Calif., in an effort to address concerns raised by reproductive rights groups and lawmakers.The legislation would give insurance companies the option of charging women higher…


How to spot signs of Ebola virus before it hits Arizona

A man is hospitalized after contracting Ebola while visiting family in West Africa.A doctor at the University of Arizona has tested positive for the disease.He is the first person to test positive in the U.S. for the virus.Officials say he has no history of contracting the disease in the country.The patient was treated for the…


How to spot signs of Ebola virus before it hits Arizona

A man is hospitalized after contracting Ebola while visiting family in West Africa.A doctor at the University of Arizona has tested positive for the disease.He is the first person to test positive in the U.S. for the virus.Officials say he has no history of contracting the disease in the country.The patient was treated for the…


How to spot signs of Ebola virus before it hits Arizona

A man is hospitalized after contracting Ebola while visiting family in West Africa.A doctor at the University of Arizona has tested positive for the disease.He is the first person to test positive in the U.S. for the virus.Officials say he has no history of contracting the disease in the country.The patient was treated for the…