09/22/16: UA Helps Community With Kissing-Bug Problem

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September 22, 2016

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UA Helps Community With Kissing-Bug Problem

Some residents of the city of Bisbee, Arizona, 90 miles southeast of Tucson, have concerns about the bugs, whose bite can trigger an allergic reaction and also transmit disease. UA researchers are working with local health officials, and here is what they have found. With UANews video.

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32 Students + 15,000 Insects Equals One Biological Clue

How does natural selection result in evolutionary change? It's one of biology's vexing questions, and UA researchers have worked on how genetic information gets translated into traits.

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UA Report: Few Studies Look at Well-Being of LGB Youth of Color

While research on lesbian, gay and bisexual youth has increased, studies often fail to explore the well-being of young people of color. The omission may lead to gaps in understanding.

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UA Undergraduate Investigates How Gender Influences Stroke Response

Sergio Salguero writes about his work in Helena Morrison's lab, which is helping to improve our understanding of why women's risk for stroke increases after menopause.

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