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  • 15 supplements to avoid according to Consumer Reports

    15 supplements to avoid according to Consumer Reports

    Thursday, July 28 2016 1:21 AM EDT2016-07-28 05:21:20 GMT
    Thursday, July 28 2016 1:51 AM EDT2016-07-28 05:51:36 GMT
    (Source: David Tordable via 123RF and Consumer Reports)(Source: David Tordable via 123RF and Consumer Reports)

    Consumer Reports recently put out a list of 15 ingredients found in many supplements that are potentially dangerous and should be avoided because of the serious damage they can do to the body.

    Consumer Reports recently put out a list of 15 ingredients found in many supplements that are potentially dangerous and should be avoided because of the serious damage they can do to the body.

  • Senior housing slated for ASU campus

    Senior housing slated for ASU campus

    Friday, June 24 2016 11:06 PM EDT2016-06-25 03:06:30 GMT
    Saturday, June 25 2016 12:47 AM EDT2016-06-25 04:47:22 GMT
    An artist's rendering of the conceptual design for the university-based housing project at ASU. (Source: Retirement.org/mirabella/asu)An artist's rendering of the conceptual design for the university-based housing project at ASU. (Source: Retirement.org/mirabella/asu)

    Arizona State University has a new housing project in the works, but it's not for students. The university, working with the not-for-profit organization Pacific Retirement Services and the ASU Foundation, is planning a retirement tower just off campus. 

    Arizona State University has a new housing project in the works, but it's not for students. The university, working with the not-for-profit organization Pacific Retirement Services and the ASU Foundation, is planning a retirement tower just off campus. 

  • Explanations unknown as Arizona leads country in flu cases

    Explanations unknown as Arizona leads country in flu cases

    Wednesday, March 2 2016 12:31 PM EST2016-03-02 17:31:18 GMT
    Wednesday, March 2 2016 12:31 PM EST2016-03-02 17:31:17 GMT
    The Department of Health Services says many people get sick from flu in Arizona every year but that flu is very unpredictable. 

    The Department of Health Services says many people get sick from flu in Arizona every year but that flu is very unpredictable. 

  • Daredevil at 20, scam victim at 70? What being a risk-taker may mean to you

    Daredevil at 20, scam victim at 70? What being a risk-taker may mean to you

    Most adult risk-takers continue to take chances as they get older, and that can make them more susceptible to fraud when they're seniors, new research suggests.

    Most adult risk-takers continue to take chances as they get older, and that can make them more susceptible to fraud when they're seniors, new research suggests.

  • McCain says improvements made at VA despite recent accusations

    McCain says improvements made at VA despite recent accusations

    Friday, February 26 2016 9:56 PM EST2016-02-27 02:56:46 GMT
    Saturday, February 27 2016 10:41 AM EST2016-02-27 15:41:09 GMT
    U.S. Sen. John McCain (R-AZ).U.S. Sen. John McCain (R-AZ).

    Sen. John McCain insisted Friday that progress is being made in the Veterans Affairs healthcare system despite the mounting allegations of mishandled cases in the Valley.  

    Sen. John McCain insisted Friday that progress is being made in the Veterans Affairs healthcare system despite the mounting allegations of mishandled cases in the Valley.  

  • Army veteran dying of cancer fights for VA benefits

    Friday, February 26 2016 6:10 PM EST2016-02-26 23:10:06 GMT
    Friday, February 26 2016 9:19 PM EST2016-02-27 02:19:06 GMT

    An army veteran and father of two young children who is dying from cancer says Veterans Affairs has denied his claim for assistance. John Marshall's story is truly heartbreaking. 

    An army veteran and father of two young children who is dying from cancer says Veterans Affairs has denied his claim for assistance. John Marshall's story is truly heartbreaking. 

  • Flu season continues to be mild

    Flu season continues to be mild

    This flu season continues to be mild, and the flu vaccine is working better than the one used last season, U.S. health officials reported Wednesday. But that doesn't mean everyone can rest easy yet.

    This flu season continues to be mild, and the flu vaccine is working better than the one used last season, U.S. health officials reported Wednesday. But that doesn't mean everyone can rest easy yet.

  • Nerve block technique might help ease chronic back pain

    Nerve block technique might help ease chronic back pain

    A procedure that uses radio waves to treat chronic low back pain provided long-lasting relief to a small group of patients, researchers report.

    A procedure that uses radio waves to treat chronic low back pain provided long-lasting relief to a small group of patients, researchers report.

  • Digital Depression: Is social media making you sick?

    Digital Depression: Is social media making you sick?

    Tuesday, November 3 2015 4:17 PM EST2015-11-03 21:17:45 GMT
    In mere seconds, we can share photos, our thoughts and opinions around the globe. But hot on the trail of our digital expression, is digital expectation. 
    In mere seconds, we can share photos, our thoughts and opinions around the globe. But hot on the trail of our digital expression, is digital expectation. 
  • Arizona doctor studies causes of dementia in veterans

    Arizona doctor studies causes of dementia in veterans

    Monday, October 26 2015 11:31 PM EDT2015-10-27 03:31:34 GMT
    Tuesday, October 27 2015 1:15 PM EDT2015-10-27 17:15:38 GMT
    An Arizona doctor is researching the link between dementia and conditions including post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury in veterans. 
    An Arizona doctor is researching the link between dementia and conditions including post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury in veterans. 
  • Affordable Care Act rates increase for 2016; open enrollment begins Nov. 1

    Affordable Care Act rates increase for 2016; open enrollment begins Nov. 1

    Tuesday, October 27 2015 10:00 AM EDT2015-10-27 14:00:26 GMT
    Tuesday, October 27 2015 10:16 AM EDT2015-10-27 14:16:03 GMT
    (Source: KPHO/KTVK)(Source: KPHO/KTVK)
    Arizonans who have health insurance through the Affordable Care Act will be paying more next year.
    Arizonans who have health insurance through the Affordable Care Act will be paying more next year.
  • 10 natural remedies for arthritis pain relief

    10 natural remedies for arthritis pain relief

    Arthritis can be a painful and potentially debilitating disease. Fortunately, there are several ways that you can find pain relief for this condition.

































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