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Women with musculoskeletal disorders, such as back, neck and joint pain, reported more intense pain then men with these conditions.

Women seeking medical care for a wide range of medical problems in the hospital or clinics at Stanford University School of Medicine reported higher pain intensity, on average, compared with men with the same diagnoses. Read more»

Life expectancy in 2007 was 81.8 years for women in Arizona, one of only a handful of states to see sharp gains in longevity in some counties and losses in others, a new report says.

A study on life expectancy shows "big extremes" between Arizona counties, with residents of some counties likely to live more than seven years longer than residents in others. Read more»