2010 Arizona Health Survey data on the link between social connectedness and health in Arizona is analyzed and used as the jumping off point for a broader and deeper discussion. Learn More→

Analysis of 2010 data showed some specific areas of concern regarding food, housing and health issues for Arizona. Get the details in the latest report. Learn More→

The prevalence of medical debt has increased in Arizona. Read about the details in this latest publication using 2010 Arizona Health Survey data. Learn More→

The rate of uninsured Arizonans is up in 2010 from 2008 for a number of reasons. Read about them in the latest publication based on Arizona Health Survey data. Learn More→

Analysis of 2010 Arizona Health Survey data revealed that more than 750,000 Arizona adults lacked coverage, led by young adults (especially men). Learn More→

Arizona Health Survey data analysis has revealed a significantly greater toll that the battlefields of Afghanistan and Iraq are taking on Arizona’s returning veterans when compared to veterans of other wars. Learn More→

For young children the world is often very much bounded by immediate neighborhoods. Gain insight into South Phoenix's young children and a sense for how local data from Arizona Health Survey can shed light on neighborhoods in the process. Learn More→

View Arizona's future in terms of its children and their physical, social, educational and behavioral health and development. Learn More→

The latest findings on adult use of tobacco, alcohol, illicit drugs and prescription drugs don't quite jibe with popular notions about who is most frequently using - and possibly abusing - them. Learn More→

"Doing good" feels right to people, but what are its measurable effects on the well-being of adults with chronic conditions? Learn More→

Social cohesion, neighborhood safety, the built environment and retail food sources are directly and indirectly shaping our bodies as well as our minds. Learn More→

An in-depth look at the use - and abuse - of alcohol, tobacco and medications. Learn More→

Is adult resilience protective for their adolescent offspring? How does adult resilience shape adolescent health, physically and mentally? Learn More→

A large majority of Arizonans characterize their general health and quality of life as good to excellent, but almost 719,000 Arizonans have different circumstances, with diagnoses of bi-polar or manic depressive disorder, anxiety disorder, or major clinical depression. Learn More→

Medical expenses are the most common cause of bankcruptcy among Americans. Unfortunately, medical debt continues to rise. In 2007, over four-out-of-ten Americans reported they had trouble paying their medical bills, had accumulated a medical debt, or both. What's the extent of the problem among Arizonans, and what are the implications? Learn More→

Explore the topic of "Resiliency" through the eyes and the experience of Phoenix-based PSA Art Awakenings. How do people "bounce back" from emotional trauma, periods of depression or anxiety, or worse? Resiliency just might be the answer. Learn More→

Data from the Arizona Health Survey reveal that knowing, spending time with, and helping your neighbors plays a significant role in improved health and well-being. Learn More→

Abundant research has shown that health insurance matters. It is a key determinant of access to health care. Those lacking health insurance are more likely to have poorer health status. How do Arizonans fare in terms of health coverage? Where do the uninsured live? What factors relate to whether or not they have health insurance, and what are the policy implications? Learn More→

Arizonans are living longer, but we’re also experiencing increasing rates of chronic physical and psychological conditions. Watch the video or read more in HealthTakes: Chronic Conditions Among Arizona Adults. Learn More→