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People dealing with long-lasting symptoms of COVID-19 are now teaming up to show medical professionals and researchers the need for a Post COVID-19 Ca

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Some doctors are recommending people not take aspirin or ibuprofen right before getting a COVID-19 vaccine dose. It's true, you might have some mild s

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Clutter is everywhere! Without making the time to organize your workspace, your office can get clutter quickly. This wouldn't be an issue if clutter w

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Much has been said about how COVID-19 affects the health of older generations, but family relationships are a concern too. Many seniors feel cut off f

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Let's face it: we all have a bad habit or two that we would like to get rid of! Whether it be smoking, biting our nails, overeating, or a host of othe

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You're invited to a free Resilient Arizona informational webinar! The Resilient Arizona Crisis Counseling Program (CCP), is a federally funded, free a

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Sun Life Family Health Center is offering COVID-19 testing this Saturday, July 25th in Florence. The testing will be done between the hours of 7:00am-

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The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed. Stay at home, as much as possible, except for essential needs.  The virus is thou

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Arizona health officials confirmed on Sunday that a Maricopa County resident has been diagnosed with the 2019 Novel Coronavirus. According to the Depa

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Pinal County has confirmed 671 cases of influenza. The age group most affected is 5 to 18 years old, followed by 19 to 49 years old. This season,

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Dangerous diet? How one teen's restrictive diet led to blindness

Could a bad or restrictive diet actually lead to blindness?

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The many benefits of napping

When's the last time you took a nap?

If it's been a while, sleep experts say it's time to get one on the calendar.

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US approves new generic competitor to EpiPen

U.S. health officials on Thursday approved a new generic version of EpiPen, the emergency allergy medication that triggered a public backlash due to its rising price tag.

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The monsoon can have unwelcome effects on your health

The monsoon is showing some signs of life as early as Friday, and the change over from a dry heat to muggy air with clouds can have an impact on our health.

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Colon and rectal cancer screenings should start at 45, not 50

If you're in your mid-40s and haven't had your colon checked, it might be time.

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No amount of bacon or alcohol is safe, World Cancer Research Fund says

Want to reduce your risk of cancer by 40 percent? Stop eating bacon (and all processed meat) and drinking alcohol, according to a new set of health guidelines.

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Excessive gaming classified as a disorder

Video games are a part of our culture. It's a multi-billion dollar industry that continues to grow at a rapid rate. But there could be a downside in the form of excessive gaming.

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More Arizona doctors to check prescription histories under new mandate

In the first half of 2017, prescribers handed out more than 227 million opioid pills, enough to give every Arizonan 33 pills. It’s a number that could drop in the near future because of a new mandate by the state.

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Widow warns others about the danger of not getting a flu shot

Lisa Rasmussen describes her husband Paul as the healthiest person she ever knew.

Paul Rasmussen was a former Mesa police officer enjoying his retirement and relaxing in the great outdoors of Montana.

Then suddenly, everything changed when Paul got sick with the flu last year and didn't recover.

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Phoenix surgeon performs Arizona's first artificial meniscus implant surgery

A Phoenix orthopedic surgeon has performed the first artificial meniscus implant on a patient. The surgery was part of a clinical trial that hopes to get approved by the FDA.

It was done by Dr. Tom Carter, orthopedic surgeon for the Phoenix Suns and for The Orthopedic Clinic Association.

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