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University of Arizona Health Sciences experts say resilience helped many older adults overcome a "second pandemic" of social isolation.
Life is slowly returning to what it was pre-pandemic, but some people may be feeling anxious about the transition. University of Arizona behavioral scientist Chris Segrin explains why.
The university's COVID-19 vaccination POD has moved fully indoors and will continue to operate through June 25. Walk-ins are accepted at the Ina E. Gittings Building.
Ryane Englar, an associate professor in the College of Veterinary Medicine, teaches her students that improving human interactions can also improve animal care.
New UArizona research has identified a previously unknown pattern of protein creation in the motor neurons, which are the cells that malfunction in patients with ALS.
The annual event – held online due the COVID-19 pandemic – marks a rite of passage for students as they start their careers after graduation.
A new study dates emergence of the virus that causes COVID-19 to as early as October 2019. Simulations also suggest that in most cases zoonotic viruses die out naturally before causing a pandemic.
Dr. Sairam Parthasarathy says sleep apnea and insomnia are on the rise, and the pandemic has only made matters worse. March 14-20 is Sleep Awareness Week.
Those who have persistent sleep problems before the loss of a loved one may be at higher risk for developing what's known as complicated grief, a new study finds.
The AZ HEROES study is tracking viral immunity over time and assessing vaccine effectiveness in essential workers and college students. The data will help inform decision making as we continue to confront the pandemic, says Dr. Jeff Burgess.