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Following the work of UA trauma surgeon

Following the work of UA trauma surgeon

UA professor of surgery Dr. Peter Rhee recently published a memoir, “Trauma Red: The Making of a Surgeon in War and in America’s Cities,” that detailed the groundbreaking research and behind-the-scenes specifics of the medical care he and his team ... Read More


Toothache to heartache

In April of last year, Bryan Chabot, a 27-year-old from East Tucson, wasn’t feeling well.

Abolishing the myth of unhealthy Mexican food

When people think of Mexican food, they might imagine a greasy mountain of cheddar cheese and refried beans piled high atop a fried tortilla. However, that isn’t real Mexican food at all. “The traditional Mexican menu is far from being unhealthy,” ...

Bird collection goes high-tech

When the UA’s bird collection was started in 1884, curator Herbert Brown was tasked with cataloging the hundreds of nest, bird and egg specimens he collected by hand, and the only way to see those specimens was to visit the campus in-person. read more