When you look at a map of places in the United States where people don't have health insurance, what's clear is there were a lot of uninsured people in the Southwest in 2011.
Health researchers at all three Arizona universities and one Navajo college received $6 million to establish the Center for American Indian Resilience.
In 37 states, more than 300 people have been infected with salmonella, many of which were children. Investigators have linked the source of the outbreak to a chicken, duck and turkey hatchery in Eastern New Mexico.
Excessive alcohol consumption cost U.S. taxpayers more than $220 billion in 2006. That's according to a new study released by the Centers for Disease Control.
The chilies in your favorite hot sauce, may give you more of a kick than you bargained for. A research team at the University of Nevada Las Vegas has found elevated levels of lead in several hot sauces imported from Mexico.
As of Friday, it’s unclear whether three or four New Mexico behavioral health clinics accused of fraud are handing over management to five Arizona companies.
For the Texas-Mexico border region this means women will have little choice but to turn to dangerous alternatives to deal with an unwanted pregnancy.
The largest detoxification center in New Mexico bordering the Navajo Nation is scheduled to close and reopen under a new name, and management.
Centuries ago Native American tribes across the country signed treaties with the federal government that gave away much of their land in exchange for funding for health care, education and housing. Time and time again those federal funds have been cut.
In the Southwest, a rare genetic disorder known as the Common Hispanic Mutation has haunted those of Spanish descent for nearly 400 years. They call it “El Frio”, or the cold, and for the first time, researchers are looking into the genealogy of the disease and are hoping for treatments.