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The struggles of rural education: not enough teachers, misguided curricula

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State officials and education experts blame a shortage of good teachers and applicable curricula for the lower performance statistics of rural schools throughout Arizona. According to the most recent U.S. News and...

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Young voters: Arizona universities rally students for midterm elections

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When Arizona voters go to the polls this Tuesday, the younger demographic could have a big impact on election results. Voters will elect a new governor, secretary of state, treasurer, attorney general, and...

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Art studios painting new lives

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  Art serves as an outlet for many. For participants in ArtWorks, an art...

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Too much emphasis on body image

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With continuous media coverage on unrealistic body ideals, too many men and...

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Heart disease more deadly than breast cancer, receives less funding

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While one in 31 American women dies every year from breast cancer, one in...

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Day of the Dead brings out flavors of Arizona

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Tucson holds a weekend-long celebration to remember its dead. Sedona has a...

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More than just dough with fry bread

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On the outside, fry bread is merely what its title says it is. A golden-brown...

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Groups pitch in to strengthen access to dental services

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  Of all the medical services you can get for free or nearly free in...

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Hopes for drug that might cure Valley Fever

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Every year, roughly 90,000 Arizonans are infected with a disease that could...

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Marijuana legalization could be on 2016 ballot

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  With marijuana use becoming more accepted in the U.S. and the...

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American Indians fight against Type II diabetes

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More than 50 percent of Tohono O’odham Indian Reservation adults have...

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Humans threaten health of San Pedro River

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Water swirls and gurgles at the foot of a towering cottonwood, its reflective...

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It’s that time of year: Dia de los Muertos

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Far from home, UA sophomore Gabriela Ruiz prepares to celebrate her second Dia...

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Arizona’s increasing child abuse rates top nation

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  When Kathy Picard was young, her family took her to a dermatologist to...

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Glint in the Sand: alcoholism and partnership in the desert

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  Even in October, the desert southwest of Sells is a hot one. On this...

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