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Free blood pressure screenings, pregnancy tests, height/weight body mass index measurements, safety checks of infant car seats, nurse-midwives information, referrals, refreshments.
Members of the public will learn how to keep heart disease and stroke at bay - as well as get a glimpse into ground-breaking research - during the University of Arizona Sarver Heart Center’s annual Healthy Heart Conference, Saturday, Feb. 3.
Lenny, a 2,000-pound, exceedingly mellow Clydesdale horse, will provide a welcome diversion to University Medical Center's littlest patients at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 31 outside the hospital's main entrance.
A new support group at the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center to help parents of children with spasticity. (Spasticity is tightness or stiffness of the muscles, which makes movement -- especially of the arms and legs --difficult or uncontrollable. The condition is common to children suffering from cerebral palsy, brain injury, multiple sclerosis or spinal cord injury.)
"Complementary and Alternative Medicine: learn what the experts know" a Town Meeting sponsored by the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) and the Steele Memorial Children's Research Center at the University of Arizona
The University of Arizona College of Public Health has been awarded a $1.7 million federal appropriation for expansion of a collaborative program to enhance prevention and control of diabetes in border populations.
University of Arizona College of Pharmacy students Michael Thomas and Robin Hager-McLaughlin are winners of the National Clinical Skills Competition.
University of Arizona College of Pharmacy Dean J. Lyle Bootman, Associate Dean Theodore G. Tong and Assistant Dean JoLaine R. Draugalis have been named Fellows of the American Pharmaceutical Association's (APhA) Academy of Pharmaceutical Research and Science for the year 2001.
PTSD is a chronic and debilitating condition that affects many victims, following many different traumas.
The University of Arizona "Mini-Medical School" is offering a six-week evening lecture series on basic anatomy and how our bodies fall prey to cancer and heart disease beginning Feb. 28 at the UA College of Medicine, 1501 N. Campbell Ave.