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Does our laundry carry germs that can make us sick? UArizona researchers Charles Gerba and Kelly Reynolds review the current science on how to safely tackle the dirty job.
A new study finds that menopause-induced changes to protective immune cells might contribute to the sharp increase in high blood pressure in postmenopausal women.
Green light therapy resulted in about a 60% reduction in the pain intensity of the headache phase and the number of days per month people experienced migraines.
Tara Sklar, a health law expert, talks about policy recommendations she made to federal, state and local governments to address COVID-19's spread through American nursing homes.
The new program offers group and individual support sessions for students, facilitated by students. The free sessions are conducted virtually via video conferencing.
The pandemic is exacerbating many risk factors associated with drug use and overdose, including economic distress, social isolation and anxiety, says pharmacologist Todd Vanderah.
A $2.8 million grant may help develop an improved therapeutic treatment for acute ischemic stroke patients to let them recover faster with fewer long-term complications.
Three experts in law and public health write in a new essay that one of America's founding documents provides a framework for finding common ground to fight COVID-19.
New findings by UArizona chemists Wolfgang Peti and Rebecca Page provide a foundation to better understand and treat two neurological disorders.
Under a Department of Defense contract, College of Medicine – Phoenix researchers are leading an effort to develop a portable device to easily detect biological threats.