State health department's respected spokesman gets his walking papers
The state's antitobacco ads get more nauseating--and popular--by the week
It's crystal clear that the city of Scottsdale served its citizens water laced with a suspected carcinogen. But did city officials do it on purpose?
Funds slashed for clinic serving ill people in TCE-tainted site
There are Friends of Tobacco. And antismoking advocates worry that behind-the-scenes machinations may water down a state campaign to discourage teen smoking.
Litigation over care fo rArizona's mentally ill ended four years ago. Sowhy have private attorneys racked up more than $1 million in fees since then?
If you need anemergency medical vehicle, just hope you're in the right partof Maricopa County. If you're not, questionable dispatching practices could prove hazardous to your health.
ARIZONA SET OUT TO CREATE THE BEST MENTAL-HEALTH-CARE SYSTEM MONEY COULD BUY. IT ENDED UP WITH A PROGRAM AS DYSFUNCTIONAL AS THE PEOPLE IT SERVES.
JAW-DROPPING STAT RAISES FALSE CONCERN OVER DEATH BY CHOMPING