Variations of the virus, coupled with waning immunity, have created what one health expert describes as a "six-month pattern," where COVID-19 cases spike during the summer and winter months.
Arizona's fifth female governor comes from a background in social work and public service—and the occasional triathlon.
Se esperan más batallas judiciales en cuanto a la vigencia de una antigua prohibición más completa del aborto en Arizona, y si una ley estatal menos estricta puede entrar en vigencia en septiembre.
Medical clinics have halted abortion services in Arizona over uncertainties surrounding state laws surrounding women's health.
From 2030 to 2050, according to the WHO, 250,000 additional deaths are expected each year worldwide because of climate-driven health problems.
A reproductive rights organization is pushing for a constitutional amendment to the Arizona Constitution that would ensure protections for reproductive care services.
Arizona’s Medicaid agency is building a 70-bed transitional housing facility for people who are experiencing homelessnesss and are diagnosed with serious mental illness.
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