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Arizona State University's APACT program brings together doctoral students from a variety of fields to find solutions to the challenges disabled people face every day.
Researchers at ASU and in Arizona are working to reduce symptoms and improve quality of life for patients and caregivers living with Alzheimer’s disease.
Scientists across Arizona are working together to better understand Alzheimer’s disease. Learn what we know so far, and where new advances hold promise for patients and caregivers.
ASU researchers are trying to understand addiction by looking at it from biology, psychology and policy perspectives.
Giving your sweetie a Valentine heart might boost the health of your own ticker.
ASU researchers are combining theater, cooking demonstrations and hands-on learning to transform the way people think about food.
ASU researchers are partnering with NASA and Mayo Clinic to provide early detection of bone loss in astronauts and Earth-bound patients.
Students and entrepreneurs use video game technology to gauge and improve the healing process of physical therapy patients. (Photo by wavebreakmedia/Shutterstock.com)
Researchers work to identify the health effects of both man-made and natural water contaminants on humans and the environment.
Scientists at ASU and the Mayo Clinic are developing tests that could more accurately diagnose concussions and determine when patients have healed.