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The White House has released a list of impacts to Arizona from automatic budget cuts that are set to take hold this week.
The state health officials say the flu is still increasing in Arizona with a steep increase seen in the past two weeks.
To celebrate the opening of its newest Chandler location, FastMed Urgent Care is holding a ribbon-cutting event noon Saturday, Jan. 26, and will kick off a month of free flu shots for the Chandler community.
Influenza is now "widespread" in Arizona, according to the latest report from the Arizona Department of Health Services.
Hospital emergency rooms in the East Valley “exploded” with patients in the last two weeks, health officials reported.
Valley Fever among Arizonans continues to run high, according to the state Department of Health Services.
Arizona’s flu cases more than doubled in the last week, according to the state Department of Health Services.
The state Department of Health Services is reporting 37 confirmed cases of respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, so far this season, according to a weekly report out late last week.
An unvaccinated woman in her late 50s is the first person identified with the flu this season, the Arizona Department of Health Services and the Maricopa County Department of Public Health confirmed this week.
The Arizona Department of Health Services marked the start of a new flu season Wednesday with shots available at the Capitol to state employees.
Thousands of insured children who may have received vaccines from county health departments are now being encouraged to go to their family doctors for their shots.
Thousands of insured children who may have received vaccines from county health departments — including one in Mesa — are now being encouraged to go to their family doctors for their shots.
All employees, physicians, volunteers, vendors, contractors and health care students at Banner Health facilities will be required to receive a flu vaccine by Dec. 1 under Banner’s “No Flu for You” program.
Weather conditions, circumstances and time permitting, an area of Gilbert is scheduled to be mosquito fogged midnight Saturday to 5 a.m. Sunday.
Three years ago this week, the United States declared a public health emergency in the face of rising “swine flu cases.”
After getting a late start, the flu has hit widespread status in Arizona.
Arizona continues to see elevated levels of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV).
Fewer Arizonans are experiencing the flu this year - much fewer - based on statistics from the Arizona Department of Health Services.
The state has confirmed 90 cases of respiratory syncytial virus this season, according to the latest report for the week ending Dec. 17.
The Arizona Department of Health Services and the Maricopa County Department of Public Health on Friday confirmed the state's first two flu cases this season.
The sniffles, runny nose and cough going around your home may be a cold, but recent numbers also show RSV is ramping up in the Valley.
To help save more than $100 million in taxpayer money annually, flu-vaccine efforts should be focused early in the flu season, with a stronger emphasis on children and seniors, according to preliminary findings of research.
It’s not too late to get your flu shot.
Gilbert Hospital is offering free flu shots from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Oct. 18 and 21 at its Employee Wellness Center, Building C, Suite 140, 5656 S. Power Road, Gilbert.
Five pediatric deaths connected with influenza were reported during the 2010-11 season, according to the Arizona Department of Health Services.