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KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix
$10.8 Million Federal Grant Keeps Arizona Family And Child Health Program GoingAt-risk families will continue to have in-home resources provided through the A
KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix / Posted 2 days ago
At-risk families will continue to have in-home resources provided through the Arizona Department of Health Services because a federal grant will keep the programs going. The national Health Resources and Services Administration announced $10.8... Read more
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FOX 11 Tucson
Opioid abuse expert skeptical of pill timing cap effectivenessshort-term pain resolution. If pain persists past six to eight weeks, we need t
FOX 11 Tucson / Posted 14 days ago
short-term pain resolution. If pain persists past six to eight weeks, we need to look at different causes of that pain." Arizona Department of Health Services officials say the latest report underscores the urgency to take action. The report... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Gov. Doug Ducey's opioid plan seeks to limit initial pain-pill fillson paper, to limit diversion of drugs. Those are among several recommended leg
The Arizona Republic / Posted 15 days ago
on paper, to limit diversion of drugs. Those are among several recommended legislative and policy steps proposed by the Arizona Department of Health Services in an opioid action plan unveiled Wednesday. The state aims to reduce opioid-related... Read more
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KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix
Arizona's Obesity Rates Holding Steadyand essentially the same as 2014. With me to talk about the numbers is Celia N
KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix / Posted 16 days ago
and essentially the same as 2014. With me to talk about the numbers is Celia Nabor. She’s bureau chief for Nutrition and Physical Activity and Arizona state director for the food and nutrition program WIC in the Arizona Department of Health Serv... Read more
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Arizona Daily Sun
Dental therapist proposal remains controversialkindergarten children have a history of tooth decay. Nationally 36 percent of 5
Arizona Daily Sun / Posted 21 days ago
kindergarten children have a history of tooth decay. Nationally 36 percent of 5-year-olds have a history of tooth decay. (Arizona Department of Health Services) In Arizona schools where 75 percent or more of the children are eligible for the... Read more

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