Stories tagged: "health care"


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For Trans Patients, Medical Care Is a Battle Against Discrimination, Mistreatment

One in three transgender patients have reported having a negative experience with healthcare providers.

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Biden Taps Medicare-for-All Supporter Xavier Becerra for HHS

President-elect Joe Biden has nominated the Mexican American official as health department secretary, placing this defender of the Affordable Care Act in a leading role to oversee the new administration’s coronavirus response.

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Lost on the Front Lines: Healthcare Workers in Southwest Who Died Fighting COVID-19

Reporters spoke with loved ones of healthcare workers across the country have risked their lives to care for COVID-19 patients.

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Rapid COVID Testing Coming to Arizona Airports as Snowbirds and Holidays Arrive

Three statewide airports will soon have testing sites on the premises and increase COVID safety messaging for inbound passengers.

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Ducey Quietly Extends COVID-19 Data Collection Order Until Mid-January

Health care facilities have been required to report data on COVID-19 to the state health department since March.

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Therapists Went Virtual When COVID Hit. That Hasn’t Helped Everyone.

Arizona mental health experts say telehealth’s success depends on the type of therapy and patient’s needs.

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Trump Touts Arizona as a COVID-19 Success Story as Outbreak Continues to Spread

Over 21,000 Arizonans have been hospitalized and nearly 6,000 have died due to COVID-19.