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Arizona lawmakers debate limitation of children's health program

PHOENIX (Good Medical) – Proponents of a health insurance program for children from low-income families are pushing lawmakers not to let Arizona once again become the only state to freeze enrollment in this program . In 2010, Arizona faced a… Continue Reading →

Foxanyl die as a result of "oxy mexican" pills in Arizona

This undated photo of Seanna Leilani shows his brother, Aaron Francisco Chavez. Chavez, 19, died after swallowing sky blue fentanyl tablets designed to look like oxycodone. (Good Medical) Aaron Francisco Chavez swallowed at least one of sky blue pills at… Continue Reading →

& # 39; The crack (cocaine) crisis was not so bad & # 39 ;: Fentanyl deaths from & # 39; Mexican oxy & # 39; pills hit Arizona hard

Break news e-mails Receive news reports and special reports. The news and the stories that matter are delivered on weekday mornings. REGISTER February 14, 2019, 15:25 GMT / Source: Associated Press From The Associated Press TUCSON, Ariz. – Aaron Francisco… Continue Reading →

Foxanyl die as a result of "oxy mexican" pills in Arizona

TUCSON, Ariz. (Good Medical) – Aaron Francisco Chavez has swallowed at least one of the sky blue pills at a Halloween party before falling asleep forever. He became a victim of more, killed by a flood of illicit fentanyl smuggled… Continue Reading →

Former astronaut Mark Kelly announces his campaign for the Senate of Arizona • Good Medical

Mark Kelly, American astronaut and husband of ex-representative Gabby Giffords, is running for the US Senate in Arizona in 2020. Kelly announced Tuesday that he would seek the seat of the late John McCain, in which Senator Martha McSally was… Continue Reading →

Arizona wants to declare porn as a public health crisis • Good Medical

A Republican lawmaker in Arizona worries about the proliferation of online erotic images and videos and their "toxic" effect on human behavior, has introduced a bill stating that pornography is a crisis of public health. The bill, first introduced by… Continue Reading →

The Arizona Nursing Center, where a disabled woman has been raped, remains open

On Thursday, operators at a health care center in Phoenix where a disabled woman was raped and gave birth last year have announced that they would close it. But on Friday, the operator, Hacienda HealthCare, turned around. He added that… Continue Reading →

Arizona considers call to pornography as a public health crisis

The representative of Arizona, Michelle Udall, of R-Mesa, presented a resolution stating that "pornography is a crisis resulting in a wide range of impacts on individual and public health". The resolution says that pornography "perpetuates a sexually toxic environment that… Continue Reading →

Arizona Nursing Center, where the woman was raped will close

The care facility in Arizona, where a disabled woman was raped and then gave birth, will soon be closed, the retirement home operator said Thursday. In a statement, the operator, Hacienda HealthCare, said that he was working to determine exactly… Continue Reading →

Arizona may require a license for health care facilities after the rape

Arizona could strengthen the oversight of long-term care facilities by the state, such as the one in Phoenix, where a disabled woman was raped and then gave birth, canceling the decision, there is more 20 years old, to abandon the… Continue Reading →

Arizona may require a license for health care facilities after the rape

PHOENIX (Good Medical) – Arizona could strengthen state oversight of long-term care facilities, such as the one in Phoenix where a disabled woman was raped and then gave birth, canceling the decision so it more than 20 years ago, to… Continue Reading →

Arizona health care nurse judged for sexual assault – AOL • aol.com

The nurse accused of sexually assaulting a disabled patient who gave birth in a Phoenix health facility pleaded not guilty Tuesday. Nathan Sutherland, 36, was arrested on January 23 for suspicion of sexual assault and violence against a vulnerable adult,… Continue Reading →

Governor of Arizona urges new leaders to settle after rape

Arizona is investigating whether it can remove the board of directors from a long-term care facility where a nurse is accused of raping a disabled woman who later gave birth, the governor said Friday. In a flurry of tweets, Governor… Continue Reading →

2 doctors from a care facility in Arizona where a woman in a vegetative state gave birth

Two doctors from Hacienda HealthCare to Arizona, where a patient in the vegetative state gave birth in December, are no longer with the long-term care facility. One of the doctors resigned while the other was suspended, said Fox News Tuesday… Continue Reading →

Arizona is the only state where tribes avoid the Medicaid rules of work

Arizona has become the only state in the country where tribal members recognized by the federal government are exempt from the obligation to work or volunteer to receive Medicaid benefits, while 120,000 residents that state risk losing health cover if… Continue Reading →

Arizona Health Center where a vegetative woman has given birth hires a former lawyer to conduct an investigation – CBS News • cbsnews.com

A former lawyer from Maricopa County, Arizona, will investigate how a 29-year-old woman, incapacitated since the age of 3, was sexually assaulted and gave birth last month. in a health center in Arizona. CBS affiliate Phoenix, KPHO-TV, announced that the… Continue Reading →

Physical health has shown no major changes in a woman from the vegetative state of Arizona who gave birth about 37 weeks later

The woman gave birth on December 29 in a health facility in Phoenix for people in need of long-term care. At birth, caregivers were caught off guard, telling 911 dispatchers: "We did not know she was pregnant." Police investigating a… Continue Reading →

Police open an investigation into a sexual assault in an Arizona facility

Phoenix – A woman from Arizona in a vegetative state who had a baby After her sexual assault in a long-term care facility, she returns to a hospital with her child, authorities said Wednesday. Police said they have stepped up… Continue Reading →

The CEO of a care facility in Arizona where a woman in a vegetative state would have given birth resigns

The CEO of one feeding Phoenix, Arizona, where a patient in vegetative state would have given birth in December resigned. Bill Timmons, the CEO of Hacienda HealthCare, has announced his resignation – effective immediately – Monday. The board of directors… Continue Reading →

The CEO of a health center in Arizona where a woman in a vegetative state would have given birth resigns • foxnews.com

The CEO of a nursing home in Phoenix, Arizona, where a patient in a vegetative state would have given birth in December resigned. Bill Timmons, the CEO of Hacienda HealthCare, has announced his resignation – effective immediately – Monday. The… Continue Reading →

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