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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...

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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 Type II diabetes, the highest rates in the world since 1990....

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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 de los Muertos away from her Mexican-American family....

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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 find out why she was losing her eyelashes and eyebrows. The...

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Now playing: dine-in theaters in Arizona

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It’s Friday night and you have a date. Drop your dinner reservations and forget buying tickets on Fandango because now you can visit one...

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Odd polling locations

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Neighborhood churches, school gymnasiums, fire stations and other public buildings normally come to mind as places where people cast their...

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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 clear Friday afternoon, rains from days ago have made the air...

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Outdated facilities, climate to blame for pet overpopulation in Arizona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 Rottweiler mix, in the outdoor area of the Pima Animal Care...

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Kilometers to miles: debate over changing highway signs

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Driving along I-19, you might have to remember your grade school days of learning the metric system. The highway signs along I-19 show...

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Revived sanctuary movement growing nationwide

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Churches across the country are opening their doors to illegal immigrants facing deportation as the newly revived sanctuary movement gains...

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