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Patricia Haynes in the UA College of Medicine has been awarded $3.1 million to study the relationship between unemployment and putting on pounds.
UA study finds that objects in our visual environment needn’t be seen in order to impact decision making.
(BPT) - Managing pain can be tough, whether you’re one of the 100 million Americans with chronic pain, or only suffer from the occasional backache or headache. September is National Pain Awareness Month, the perfect time to make sure you’re managing your pain the best way possible.
(BPT) - The lazy days of summer are nearly over. Back-to-school season means back to a busy life with a seemingly never-ending schedule of classes, sporting events and extracurricular activities. Making healthy choices can take a back seat to convenience when on the run. While pre-packaged foods are tempting for those hectic days of fall, nutritious homemade snacks and meals can be just as easy and quick. They are also much better for you and your children.
(NAPSI)—A great, fun and lucrative career may be at your fingertips...if, that is, your fingers are on a computer keyboard, tablet or mobile device. More than 600,000 IT positions are currently open with employers across the country. These jobs—with good starting pay, benefits and opportunities for advancement—are often easier to get for people with professional certifications such as CompTIA A+, Network+ and Security+.
The call of the great outdoors is irresistible to many, and in Southern Arizona you can count on nearly 300 sunny days per year. But venturing into the wilderness and exploring can mean entering into an extreme environment, where an injury can leave you stranded on a mountaintop or in the desert, hurt on a remote bike path, or severely dehydrated.
Pima Community College has named Manuel A. “Manny” Amado as Executive Director/Chief of Police of PCC’s Department of Public Safety.
The University of Arizona saw increases in graduate program rankings this year – particularly in its part-time master’s in business administration, computer science, education and mathematics. The programs were ranked in the 2015 U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate Schools.
Pima Community College's Faculty Speakers’ Series, now in its fourth year, is designed to showcase the expertise and accomplishments of College faculty.
Pima Community College will kick-off the first lecture of the spring Speakers’ Series, Tuesday, Feb. 4, with Gene Trester and Lee Lambert’s presentation, “Creating Climates for Learning in 21st Century College Classrooms.”
Jill Broussard, Pinal County School Superintendent, is a wife, mother, coach and teacher. She also is the dynamic leader of the Pinal County School Office and Education Services Agency. She oversees the payroll of more than 6,300 teachers and educational staff over 20 public school districts.
University of Arizona researchers have found in a recent study that ultrasound waves applied to specific areas of the brain are able to alter patients' moods. The discovery has led the scientists to conduct further investigations with the hope that this technique could one day be used to treat conditions such as depression and anxiety.
The Tucson Police Department has made an arrest as a result of an investigation into a long-term fraud in which an elderly male was scammed out of $2 to $3 million dollars. In October of 2012, a 92-year old male victim disclosed to some friends that he had been giving large sums of money to a younger female for approximately a year and half.
The Tucson Police Department has made an arrest as a result of an investigation into a long-term fraud in which an elderly male was scammed out of $2 to $3-million dollars. In October of 2012, a 92-year old male victim disclosed to some friends that he had been giving large sums of money to a younger female for approximately a year and half.
A University of Arizona mental health researcher is working with the Tucson Fire Department to develop a system to help firefighters cope with tragic events such as the injury or loss of colleagues.
Pima Community College has named Commander Manuel “Manny” Amado Acting Executive Director/Chief of Police of PCC’s Department of Public Safety.
In a new program introduced by Marana Police Chief Terry Rozema, officers are being recognized for acts of valor and dedication in the line of duty. The first of the award recipients have already been selected.
For four years, students at the University of Arizona College of Medicine in Tucson and Phoenix have worked toward "Match Day" – the day they learn where they will spend the next several years as resident-physicians, a major step in building a medical career.
Instead of being attentive to what is right, some people tend to overemphasize what is wrong: why relationships do not work out, why diets fail, why personal finances are out of order, why bad luck always seems to arrive.
For older adults looking to sharpen their mental abilities, it might be time to log on to Facebook.
Officer Pam Brume is the Marana Police Department’s honoree for the Sons of the American Revolution Outstanding Law Enforcement Officers of Southern Arizona for 2012.