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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 fried piece of dough the size of a Styrofoam plate that can be sweetened with honey and powdered sugar or treated like a taco shell....

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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 community clinics around the state, dental isn’t one of them. Eighteen percent of the state’s population has no health...

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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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Outdated facilities, climate to blame for pet overpopulation in Arizona

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Anais Orantez holds out a blue toy for Luna, a 2-year-old brown-and-white...

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Revived sanctuary movement growing nationwide

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Churches across the country are opening their doors to illegal immigrants...

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Lack of outlying electric vehicle charging stations limits long distance travel

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The lack of electric vehicle charging stations along major travel routes in...

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HIV infections rise in Arizona youth

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  Robert Knight, a professional hairdresser and a peer counselor at the...

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Big money hits Arizona campaigns

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The money being contributed to this election cycle shows just how much some...

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Bettering health in schools and at home

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In order to combat obesity there have been many changes inside and outside of...

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