The University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine’s new health coaching program is one of only a dozen such programs in the United States to be granted national accreditation. Graduates will qualify to sit for the national exam, to be launched in 2016.
Eliminating free radicals via anti-oxidative therapies in your diet doesn’t automatically equate to better health as it shifts the dietary balance to so-called “reductive” stress that can lead to inflammation with negative cardiovascular outcomes, particularly for men, UA researchers say.
Returning to Arizona from Florida, Julie Ebersole, RN, MSN, OCN, an experienced leader in ambulatory cancer-care settings, has been hired by Banner – University Medical Group as executive director for Oncology Services in Tucson...
Healthy Dose blog focuses on tips for Valley Fever, DOM junior faculty recognized in 3 of 7 CDA winners, ‘The Pulse’ open rate nearly double industry average for health care newsletters, research grants, construction and more…
Jeannie K. Lee, PharmD, assistant head of the Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science at the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy and an associate professor in the same department, has been named the 2015 Geriatrician of the Year by the Arizona Geriatrics Society.
Presenters will include keynote speaker Dr. Ann Marie Chiasson from the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine, and Khevin Barnes, cancer survivor, award-winning comedy magician and laughter yoga instructor.
The awards to junior faculty members at the University of Arizona Health Sciences will lead to new clinical trials and the development of new biomedical or behavioral interventions to treat disease, while increasing the number of health-scientists.
A cardiac arrest victim thanked his rescuers, including the UA ECMO and Cardiology teams, sleep disorder, breast cancer and stroke prevention research, and Adrienne Scheck, PhD, wins Who's Who award...
Dr. Ernest Vina picked for European research exchange, UA ‘Wellbeing’ newsletter features ‘joint health’ article by Dr. Kent Kwoh, and 10 UA Rheumatology team members will present at national conference Nov. 6-11 in San Francisco…
Drs. Steven J. Barker, Karen Herbst and C. Kent Kwoh, three University of Arizona Health Sciences affiliated faculty and medical researchers, were recognized by various organizations for outstanding contributions in their fields.
Dr. Herbst was named Humanitarian of the Year for Medical Research of Rare Tissue Disorders, having been nominated by a patient she diagnosed and is treating for Dercum’s disease.
The director of education for the University of Arizona Center on Aging is recognized for multiple efforts to enhance the quality of life and care for the unique needs of those of advancing age across the state of Arizona.
Free and open to the public, the lecture by Patrick Bouley, PT, MS, DPT, will address all aspects of back pain, its treatment and prevention.
Cardiac patient Robert Freel of Tucson will be reunited with the two sheriff’s deputies who rescued him and with some of his hospital caregivers at 1:15 p.m. Oct. 29 at Banner – UMC Tucson. Media are invited to cover the reunion and interview Mr. Freel, the deputies and his physicians. Pima County Sheriff Chris Nanos also will be present.
Proceeds will support melanoma research, community outreach, education and patient care in Arizona.
Enjoy this profile of UA alum Dr. Francisco Garcia, director and CMO of the Pima County Health Department, from Lo Que Pasa, a UA@Work newsletter, on his selection as the Alumnus of the Year for the UA College of Medicine...
Study co-authored by University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson sleep expert Michael Grandner, PhD, explores the effects of intimate partner violence on sleep.
Membership in the National Academy of Medicine—established originally as the Institute of Medicine in 1970 by the National Academy of Sciences—is considered one of the highest honors in the fields of health and medicine and recognizes individuals who have demonstrated outstanding professional achievements and commitment to service.
Duk L. Na, MD, an international authority on dementia related to cerebrovascular disease, will discuss his latest research on Nov. 20. Three other prominent researchers to speak on related topics, including Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases, through June 2016 in this University of Arizona lecture series.
UA professor of medicine and biomedical engineering Marvin J. Slepian, MD, of the Sarver Heart Center, was recently featured in an article from the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging & Bioengineering on the NIH website...