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Life Expectancy in U.S. Not Looking Good

Life expectancy in the United States is falling behind, and in face, in 2030 studies say it will be even worse. According to an article on Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association: Where does that leave us in the rankings? Are we near the bottom of the top 10? At least[…]

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The Importance of Sleep

We all know sleep is important, but studies are coming out with even more information on how vital it is. According to Medicalnewstoday.com: Sleep deprivation leads to traffic accidents and occupational errors that can, in turn, cause industrial or environmental disasters. Additionally, sleep deprivation has many adverse health effects. According[…]

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Join us in celebrating Patient Safety Awareness Week

(information given from United Patients for Safety) “Join us in celebrating Patient Safety Awareness Week and help us spread the message that #WeAreAllPatients. Patient Safety Awareness Week Day 1 It’s the first day of Patient Safety Awareness Week! We have lots of opportunities for you to engage with us this[…]

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E. Coli Outbreak

Four cases of E. Coli have been reported in Arizona so far. This is part of an ongoing, multi-state investigation that has confirmed over 12 cases of the illness and has been linked to I.M. Healthy Soynut Butter and soynut Butter products. Our disease detectives are working on the state[…]

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Colon Cancer in Younger Generations

There is new, shocking evidence that suggests, that ” while the rates of colorectal cancer are dropping overall, they are rising among Gen Xers and millennials (azhha).” More than a decade ago, scientists noticed an odd quirk in the data: While overall rates of colorectal cancer have been falling dramatically[…]

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