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Native and Indigenous women have a higher percentage of mastectomy and a lower percentage of lumpectomy compared with white women, new research finds.
During the inaugural Tribal Leaders Summit, campus leaders sought guidance from tribal leaders on how to improve the university's work with Indigenous communities and students.
Data shows that 67% of people with mild or moderate COVID-19 infection develop long COVID, with symptoms that last more than 30 days after a positive test.
People who contract COVID-19 even after vaccination are likely to have a lower viral load, experience a shorter infection time and have milder symptoms, new research finds.
University of Arizona Health Sciences experts say resilience helped many older adults overcome a "second pandemic" of social isolation.
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.
ADHD behaviors, such as inattention and hyperactivity, are significantly reduced in children when parents use the family-centered Nurtured Heart Approach, a new study finds.
The test uses a smartphone microscope to analyze saliva samples and deliver results in about 10 minutes.
Masks can help combat the spread of COVID-19, but some styles protect better than others. A study of nontraditional mask materials finds that vacuum cleaner filters are especially effective.
While stay-at-home orders are lifting nationwide, quarantine and isolation orders can still be issued due to emergency declarations that remain in effect, says Leila Barraza, who teaches public health law and ethics.