Supreme Court rules 5-4 that pregnancy centers do not have to provide information about health care services, including abortions.
The World Health Organization classified gaming disorder as a mental health condition akin to gambling addiction.
Arizona is expanding drop-off services for unused and old medications to 13 CVS pharmacies and at least three police stations in a continuing battle against opioid overdose and addiction.
Maricopa County may soon see an influx of preventable diseases because of parents opting out of vaccinating their children.
The survey of 12,000 youths – including 330 in Arizona – show many LGBTQ youths still suffer compared to those who are cisgender, leaders of the Human Rights Campaign said at a news conference in Phoenix
The Red Cross launched a campaign to raise awareness about the importance of volunteering during a time of year where blood donations are down.
For many observers, the 2011 lawsuit against the NFL for concussion-related injuries is all about numbers. For nine Cardinals players, it is about much more.
WASHINGTON - Gov. Doug Ducey touted an Arizona program that aims to keep families together while parents are seeking treatment of opioid addiction, telling a Washington seminar that the SENSE program should be a model for the nation.
High suicide rates have largely been associated with younger populations, but middle age suicides are beginning to rise throughout the country, a new report says.
Free meal programs throughout Arizona feed children while school is out for the summer. St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance and the Peoria Unified School District also offer activities.
Summer heat attracts swimmers to hotels and public pools but a report from the Centers for Disease Control says cases of crypto virus and other bacteria rise as more people dive into their vacations.
Valley nonprofits are using their resources to help those in need bear the scorching conditions.