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A longtime partnership between the Tucson Fire Department and researchers at the University of Arizona Health Sciences provided evidence that occupational exposure as a firefighter causes cancer.
By integrating a broad range of health expertise, the research initiative aims, in part, to better respond to public health challenges such as pandemics and water insecurity.
Funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will allow research that started by analyzing COVID-19 immunity and vaccine effectiveness in frontline workers to continue as new variants emerge.
One of Mona Arora's current projects is to bring together teams to understand how the COVID-19 response can inform both pandemic and climate preparedness.
The R. Ken Coit College of Pharmacy, College of Nursing and Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health posted significant gains in research funding, according to rankings compiled by the nonprofit Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research.
Diversity, equity and inclusion efforts have spread beyond the Colleges of Medicine as the other Health Sciences colleges address racism in health care.
As a researcher studying diseases that disproportionately affect Black women, UArizona alumna and public health faculty member Kelly Palmer says her work is a team effort – and incredibly personal.
The NIH RECOVER Initiative aims to identify risks contributing to long COVID, and approaches for treatment and prevention.
As the holidays near, members of the Alliance for Vaccine Literacy offer tips for navigating emotionally fraught conversations with vaccine-hesitant friends and family.
While physical activity benefits brain health in low-pollution areas, physical activity in areas with the most pollution does not confer the same benefits, a new study finds.