Stories tagged: "health"

A woman dressed as the Virgin of Guadalupe demonstrates in front of the National Palace in the Zocalo in Mexico City on the occasion of the International Day of Global Action in favour of legal, free and safe abortion in Mexico and Latin America. (Photo by Gerardo Vieyra/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
Arizonans’ Best Path to Abortion Access Isn’t Through Mexico

While Mexico decriminalized abortion federally, there are still harsh penalties for the procedure in a majority of states.

MESA, ARIZONA - AUGUST 03: A church sign reads 'It Is Hot' in the Phoenix metropolitan area on August 03, 2023 in Mesa, Arizona. The average temperature in Phoenix during July was 102.7 degrees, the highest monthly temperature ever for a U.S. city. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
End May Be In Sight for Phoenix’s Historic Heat Wave

Scientists blame human-caused climate change with an extra push from El Nino, which is a temporary warming of parts of the Pacific Ocean that changes weather around the globe.

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Arizona Corporation Commission Lets APS Keep Customers in the Energy Dark Ages

OPINION: Arizona’s utility regulators must step in and ensure the state’s electricity providers prioritize sustainable, clean energy solutions over profit.

White House Plan To Negotiate Drug Prices Could Affect 165,000 Arizonans

Negotiations based on Medicare prices will soon take place for medications used to treat heart failure, blood clots, diabetes, arthritis, Crohn’s disease, and more.

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VIDEO: Phoenix Plans to Recycle Wastewater for Drinking

The Central Arizona Project is investing $6 million dollars to build purification facilities, and the Biden Administration’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law includes roughly $310 million for water recycling development nationwide.

Purified recycled water fills a flask after a demonstration in Carson, California, in May 2022. The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California hopes to finish a multibillion-dollar expansion of the facility, a project that has drawn financial support from water agencies in Nevada and Arizona. (Photo by Alex Hager/KUNC)
Water-Short Cities Want to Use Every Last Drop—Even if It Used to Be Sewage

Cities with finite water supplies are finding creative new ways to stretch out the water they already have. For some, that means cleaning up sewage and putting it right back in the pipes that flow to homes and businesses.

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WATCH: Republican Presidential Candidates Make Their Pitch for Second Place

They may not have as many indictments as the Republican frontrunner, but these five presidential candidates are still gunning to win over Trump voters and become the future of the conservative movement.