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Free vaccines available at Paiute Neighborhood Center

7/21/2024
The Maricopa County Public Health Department is providing free vaccines to those in need at Scottsdale’s Paiute Neighborhood Center, 6535 E. Osborn Road,   from 9 a.m. to noon, July …

Scottsdale institutions hit by international computer …

7/19/2024
The City of Scottsdale was among the count of municipalities, air lines and medical facilities around the world struck by a glitch affecting Microsoft Cloud computing services Friday. However, …

Valley hospitals continue work through tech outage

7/19/2024
Valley hospitals remained open Friday in the wake of the faulty CrowdStrike update that affected Microsoft platforms, but some of the health-care networks that operate them encountered system …

NOAH offers free childcare supplies in Scottsdale …

7/19/2024
Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health (NOAH) will provide free diapers, baby wipes, school supplies, wellness kits, food boxes, haircuts, and other essentials at its Community Care Day event, …

Cornerstone Healing Center launches virtual mental …

7/17/2024
Cornerstone Healing Center announced the launch of its Virtual Intensive Outpatient Program, which is designed to address a wide variety of mental health conditions. 

ASU researchers secure $3.8M to provide free school …

7/15/2024
Arizona State University researchers at the College of Health Solutions’ Food Policy and Environmental Research Group helped secure $3.8 million to provide free school meals for tens of …

Chandler Council renews first-responder cancer …

7/5/2024
​Chandler firefighters are getting at least one more year out of what’s described as an effective health screening program. The Chandler City Council approved at its June 27 meeting, a …

Abrazo Health promotes cardiac rehab in getting heart …

7/2/2024
Abrazo Arrowhead Campus and Abrazo Arizona Heart Hospital’s cardiac rehabilitation services prioritize changes in a patient’s lifestyle along with heart procedures and medications to be most effective in managing heart health.

Trauma nurse recommends ways to reduce falls, injury

6/27/2024
As summer temperatures keep many inside the home, Emergency Department professionals from Abrazo Health remind the public there are steps to reduce your risk of fall injuries as falls are a leading cause of injury for people 65 and older.

Valley cardiologists offer insight into top killer of …

6/20/2024
According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the average death rate from heart disease in men 35 and older in Arizona between 2019 and 2021 was 353 deaths per 100,000 …

Abrazo Health celebrates physicians completing their …

6/13/2024
Abrazo Health recognized physicians completing the health network’s emergency medicine, general surgery, internal medicine and family medicine residencies during graduation ceremonies on June 8. 

Curtis: Vote for medical funding

6/11/2024
Much higher spending levels for biomedical research are clearly needed.