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Anne Roubal, PhD, MS
When you’re working with a patient in the healthcare delivery system, it’s pretty straightforward. You get a medical history, talk to your patient about how they are doing and their symptoms, and learn about their lifestyle.
Charles Katzenberg, MD
Every five years Dietary Guidelines for Americans is created through collaboration between the departments of Health and Human Services and Agriculture.
Katherine Hiller, MD, MPH, FACEP
With cold and flu season in full swing, should you head to the emergency department or an urgent care center when your symptoms become severe?
Lisa Kiser, MSN, BSN, CNM, WHNP
As 2015 draws to a close, we continue to face a level of violence in the United States that is challenging, heartbreaking and deeply disturbing.
Keith Boesen, PharmD, CSPI
Temperatures have begun to drop, and scarves and gloves are coming out of hiding. It’s that wonderful time of year when families and friends gather to celebrate, share in food and drink and make memories.
Will Humble, MPH
Speed limits exist for a reason: to keep us all safer on the road. Speeding is involved in 30 percent of fatal car crashes and costs Americans more than $40 billion annually.
Anne Roubal, PhD, MS
Every year, more than 1,500 deaths in Arizona could be avoided if all residents had an equal chance to be healthy.
University of Arizona Valley Fever Center for Excellence
Valley fever, also known as desert rheumatism or San Joaquin Valley fever, is Arizona’s disease.
Joy Kiviat, PhD, MSN, FNP-BC
How many hours do you spend sitting in a chair each day? The average American sits 13 hours a day, and the majority say they hate sitting so much—with good reason. 
Will Humble, MPH
Heat stands alone as the No. 1 weather-related killer in the United States—more deadly than tornadoes, hurricanes, floods and all other weather events combined.

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