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Zach Lindsay, with his daughter Lily, suffered from atrial fibrillation until having a minimally invasive surgical procedure on his heart.

September is National Atrial Fibrillation Awareness Month, calling attention to a condition that affects 2.2 million Americans. Sometimes called the silent killer because if often goes unnoticed, "afib" puts people at risk for heart attack, stroke and dementia. Read more»

A dust storm approaches downtown Phoenix on Aug. 11, 2012. Health officials say summer storms spawning haboobs increase cases of Valley fever.

Since a gigantic haboob in July 2011, Banner Health has seen an epidemic of Valley fever, which can be deadly in patients who have compromised immune systems. Read more» 1

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