We're actually not sure which is the most depressing revelation of the study published in the New England Journal of Medicine: That sex for the typical American only burns 21 calories or that it only burns 21 calories because Americans only have sex for an average of six minutes an "encounter." Just ... More >>
www.alwayzfun.blogspotRepublican senators submitted a report to Congress yesterday outlining billions of dollars of useless or stupid spending in the Obama stimulus plan.What do we mean by useless or stupid? How about $100,000 for a puppet show in Minnesota or a $2 million replica rail ... More >>
Some of the Phoenix firefighters who were in New York City after September 11, 2001 recounted their experiences to KTAR.com, including current fire chief Bob Khan, who says of being at Ground Zero, "To this day, it was a surreal experience"...Colleen Clark, the President of the ... More >>
Two students from Corona Del Sol high school were arrested in connection to a threatening note found in the hallway that lead to classes being canceled on March 20. Police say the students, seniors Lauren Godson and Lauren Tamburrelli, created the threat to get a day off from school...The Arizo ... More >>
Could Bob Pettit have cured cancer in his lifetime? We might never know, thanks to nasty university politics
For $5 million, Arizona can grow its population of meth users -- just like Montana
Arizona moms are abusing meth more than any other drug. Want to get them clean, save the family and save tax dollars? Try dangling their kids as the carrot
Parents are being told to sleep babies on their backs to avoid SIDS. The medical establishment has ignored the unintended consequences -- and that's making one Tempe company very, very successful
The Havasupai trusted the white man to help with a diabetes epidemic. Instead, ASU tricked them into bleeding for academia.
The love story that may spark Arizona's New Economy.
Lee McGuire's deformities may be unique on Earth. The shoes he'll need to walk will be just as special.
The University of Arizona's push to become one of the nation's great research institutions has paid off -- but at what cost to the state, faculty and students?
Florence Mahoney lives the life she preaches
Animal rights activists sue researcher
From the week of April 26, 2001
'They're fighting for their careers, for their reputations, for their money.'
Dr. Michael Berens has been vilified by animal rights activists for drilling holes in beagle puppies. Is he on the path to curing brain cancer?
After years of retaliation because she was a whistleblower, a leading Alzheimer's researcher can vouch for how poorly Arizona law protects university employees who report waste or fraud
Mandatory participation in military's anthrax vaccine program pushes plunger on medical controversy
Finally, a Baltimore Waltz that gives AIDS the treatment it deserves
ASARCO says it will pay for health tests in Hayden, but residents' lawyers fear a cover-up
Veterinarians know it as Ketamine, a small-animal tranquilizer. Valley drug users call it Special K, and it's not just for breakfast anymore.
What led an AIDS patient to inject a substance manufactured from common dirt into her blood stream?
Seven years ago, doctors gave Hepatitis C its name. It had already condemned 3.9 million Americans to limbo.
Pills made from a Peruvian vine known as Cat's Claw are all the rage among Latino health buffs