Arizona Wrong-Way Crash Numbers Up In 2019

by on August 14, 2019 0

Watching the daily news, residents are well aware that wrong-way driving is a serious problem in Arizona. This week alone, the recent string of wrong-way crashes has heighted the frequency awareness. Sadly these reports have equated to a growing trend throughout 2019. Since Jan. 1, according to numbers from the Governor’s Office of Highway...

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FDA Investigates Growing Number Of Medical Conditions Related To Vaping

by on August 12, 2019 0

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is probing a possible correlation between e-cigarette usage and people suffering from seizures and other neurological symptoms. The FDA has received 127 reported cases since 2010. According to acting FDA commissioner Dr. Ned Sharpless, “The FDA is continuing its scientific investigation to determine if there’s a direct relationship...

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New Study Shows Rural Arizona Hospitals Would Be In Danger Under A Government-Run Health Insurance System

by on August 12, 2019 0

A new study released by Navigant Consulting, Inc. outlined the danger that Arizona hospitals would face under a government-run health insurance system.  The study detailed that under a system where 85% of Arizonans receive their health insurance through a government-run public insurance option (either through their employer or by their own individual choice), nearly...

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Make-A-Wish Launches National Airline Miles and Points Drive to Enable More Transformational Travel Wishes

by on August 6, 2019 0

Make-A-Wish kicked off Trips That Transform, a month long celebration of the approximately 12,000 wishes for children battling critical illnesses in the U.S. and its territories each year that involve travel and the donors that make them possible. Life-changing wishes like 6-year-old Maksim’s wish to go to Hawaii, which led to an unforgettable week spent relaxing...

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Arizona Transplant Family Celebrates National Minority Donor Awareness Week

by on August 5, 2019 0

August 1st – 7th is recognized as National Minority Donor Awareness Week, which was created in 1998 to increase our nation’s consciousness of the need for more organ and tissue donors — especially among multicultural communities. National Minority Donor Awareness Week honors communities of color who have been donors, and encourages others to register as donors. It...

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