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CDC: The Impact of Alzheimer’s Will Double by 2060

Health, social and economic costs, as the number of older Americans is projected to more than double by 2060.

Families Living with Autism Getting Support in Tucson

UA Pima County Cooperative Extension offering free, nine-session program.

FDA Cracking Down On E-Cigarettes

The agency's commissioner says the rate of teen vaping has reached an "epidemic proportion."

Cochise County to Hold Town Hall on Sewage Concerns

Vaccination clinic also set to prevent infection

UA Researchers Seek New Applications for MRI Technology

The high-resolution scans are being used to help doctors treat patients with cerebral palsy.

Report: Two Endangered Mexican Gray Wolves Found Dead

The deaths of the wolves, one in Arizona and one in New Mexico, are under investigation.

Raising the Age of Tobacco Purchase

Tucson is preparing legislation to up the minimum age to buy cigarettes and other tobacco products. Officials say it's all about access.

TMC Sues Opioid Industry

The hospital is the first in Arizona to sue opioid manufacturers and distributors.

Arizona Sues OxyContin Maker

Suit alleges violations of Arizona court order

Heat Deaths Climb in Phoenix, But Not in Tucson

Experts say Maricopa County is warmer due to an "urban heat island" effect.

Grant Funds Research to Fight Deadly Lung Disease

The University of Arizona College of Medicine seeks a cure for excessive scar tissue.

Illicit Opioid Seizures Rise as Prescriptions Drop

A discussion with DEA special agent in charge Doug Coleman.

Tucson Medical Center Sues Opioid Industry

The suit blames opioid makers and distributors for creating the opioid crisis.

Report Card: Breastfeeding Rates Still Fall Short

The CDC report suggested most mothers want to breastfeed but lack necessary social supports.

VA Schedules Mental Health Summit

Event brings together vets, officials and service providers to discuss suicide prevention

Marana Developing Plan to Treat Two Contaminated Wells

Wells have tested positive for compounds not regulated by federal laws.

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