Several Wildcats to Compete in Paralympics

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August 19, 2021

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Wheeler Prepared for Paralympic 'Business Trip;' Will Join Several Wildcats in Tokyo

UArizona student-athlete Josh Wheeler hopes to help return U.S. wheelchair rugby to the top of the Paralympic podium for the first time since 2008. Wildcats will also compete in wheelchair basketball, wheelchair tennis, paracanoe, and track and field.

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Grieving Spouses Should Focus on the Body, Study Suggests

Grief is stressful not only for the mind, but for the body. New UArizona research suggests that a simple muscle relaxation technique is an effective coping strategy for grief after the loss of a loved one.

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Udall Scholar Already Making Big Change in Tribal Communities

From a young age, Nadira Mitchell's mom encouraged her to explore outdoors and taught her about her Navajo culture. Mitchell now hopes to turn her lifelong love of nature into a career as a tribal liaison for wildlife conservation.

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UArizona Researchers Develop Regenerative, Safe Therapeutic for Alzheimer's Disease

UArizona researchers have developed a new therapy for Alzheimer’s disease designed to restore cognitive function in early-stage patients. The therapy has been licensed to startup NeuTherapeutics Inc. 

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Signs Will Indicate Where Masks Required on UArizona Campus

Masks will be required in indoor spaces where adequate and continuous distancing is not possible. The mask guidelines are among a number of measures in place to help minimize the impact of COVID-19 on campus.

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