Stories tagged: "health"


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Migrant Deaths in Arizona Desert Reaches Seven-Year High

Remains of 181 migrants were found in the Arizona desert through the end of September, despite a drastic drop in border crossings this year.

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Trump Told Americans Not to Be Afraid of COVID-19. These Survivors Say That Was a ‘Slap in the Face.’

“Having been so fully impacted the way we have been, it’s hard to hear somebody else seem nonchalant about it."

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9 More Non-Political Coronavirus Updates You Need to Know as Schools Reopen

More than 2,000 students and faculty are in quarantine, and the CDC says COVID-19 immunity lasts about three months.

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Almost One-Third of Arizonans Are Now on Medicaid After Mass Unemployment

More than 160,000 Arizonans have signed up for Medicaid since coronavirus-related shutdowns began in March.

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Federal Judge Rules You Can Get the Abortion Pill Through the Mail During the Pandemic

Monday's ruling "means that the Trump administration can no longer force patients to incur unnecessary COVID-19 risks as the price of getting abortion care.”

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‘We Didn’t Know How Long This Was Going to Last’: Nurses in Arizona COVID Ward Speak Out

Nurses and doctors on the front lines have had to restructure every action and routine of both their work and personal lives because of the virus.

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These States Expanded Medicaid. This Is What Happened to Their Cancer Death Rates.

Cancer deaths have dropped more in states that expanded Medicaid coverage under the Affordable Care Act than in states that did not, new research reveals.