Megan A. Carney writes that restrictive immigration policies don't affect the flow of immigrants, but they do hurt the people living in the communities where migrants first arrive.
More treatment and fewer arrests for those with drug addictions is the goal of a new program.
From the Southern Ocean, professor Joellen Russell is collecting big data that is expected to tell us more about the Earth and its climate.
According to University of Arizona nutritional scientist Richard Simpson, exercise and stress can both affect the body's immune system.
Research from the Eller College of Management finds that making an effort to feel positive emotions, rather than faking them, can produce personal and professional benefits.
Early morning blue light exposure therapy can aid the healing process of people impacted by mild traumatic brain injury.
University of Arizona researchers hope to create an AI agent that can gather and use information about humans' social interactions to help teams meet their goals.
Christopher Robertson writes that in order to implement real and enduring change, we may have to turn away from substantial copays and deductibles.
A study tracing acoustic communication reveals that the ability to vocalize goes back hundreds of millions of years and is associated with a nocturnal lifestyle.