Stephanie Innes, Statesman Journal

Stephanie Innes

Statesman Journal

Phoenix, AZ, United States

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Past articles by Stephanie:

Fully vaccinated against COVID-19? Here's what health experts say is safe for you to do

Here are answers to your questions on if fully vaccinated people can still transmit COVID-19, go to the gym, travel, visit grandparents and more. → Read More

Coronavirus in Arizona is spreading at its fastest rate since June. Here's what we know

Arizona's COVID-19 metrics show the state is at a "pivotal" moment, the health director says. COVID-19 could surge again by Thanksgiving, some warn. → Read More

Coronavirus cases in Arizona dropped 75% after mask orders began, CDC reports

COVID-19 cases in Arizona spiked 151% after a statewide stay-at-home order expired and dropped 75% after local mask mandates, a new report says. → Read More

'It does affect more than your lungs': Why COVID-19 survivors may need to get screened for heart damage

New research suggests an association between COVID-19 and heart damage. Here's what we know about who should get cardiac screenings. → Read More

Trump says Navajo Nation will get more than $600 million to fight COVID-19

Arizona tribes soon will receive "the single largest investment in Indian country in our history" to fight COVID-19, President Donald Trump said. → Read More

Creighton University and ASU to partner on health programs

Creighton University will give admissions preference to Arizona State University applicants for spots in some of its graduate health programs. → Read More

Trump's Phoenix rally: What were the facts behind his major claims?

Trump made claims about the cost of illegal immigration to Arizona, economic prosperity and progress on health care. See the facts behind the claims. → Read More

Is marijuana linked to psychosis, schizophrenia? It's contentious but doctors, feds say yes

Government health officials say excessive use of today’s potent THC can lead to psychosis. Marijuana advocates say they can't be trusted. → Read More

Body donation company that used cadavers as crash dummies ordered to pay $58M to families

Ten of 21 plaintiffs who sued a now-defunct Phoenix body donation company will be awarded $58 million, a Maricopa County Superior Court jury decided. → Read More

Legislators decry delays investigating nursing home complaints in Arizona

Three state senators took a hard line with the Department of Health Services for taking too long to investigate complaints about nursing homes. → Read More

The Navajo Nation has a cancer clinic, a tribal first

The Tuba City Regional Medical Center recently opened a cancer clinic on Navajo reservation land, a first for any Southwest American Indian tribe. → Read More

Mesa dad auctions beloved (and valuable) X-Men comics to pay medical bills

Robert Letscher has had a lifelong passion for X-Men comic books, but an unexpected illness is forcing the Mesa dad to auction his valued collection. → Read More

'Cooler filled with male genitalia' found in raid of Phoenix body-donation company

A head sewn onto a mismatched body and a cooler filled with penises are among items found by FBI agents during a raid on a body-donation business. → Read More

Cheaper insulin 'nowhere to be found' in Arizona, pharmacies and advocates say

Eli Lilly says its new generic insulin is available in Arizona, but it's so hard to find that a state senator has called for an "urgent inquiry." → Read More

Body donations are on the rise in Arizona. But what's really happening in the booming cadaver industry?

Donating one's body to science is an increasingly popular end-of-life option, but how a business or program uses a body can vary. → Read More

Arizona schools' measles risk is even worse than it appears

The situation is more perilous because schools have allowed unvaccinated students to attend without the required exemption. → Read More

There's a new blood test to screen for colon cancer. So should you skip the colonoscopy?

There's a new blood test for colon cancer, offering another non-invasive screening alternative. Does that mean you can skip the colonoscopy? → Read More

Arizona Republican lawmaker says mandatory vaccination idea is 'Communist'

Arizona state Rep. Kelly Townsend says forcing Arizona schoolchildren to be vaccinated is a "Communist" idea that erodes individual liberty. → Read More

Disregarding health warnings, Arizona lawmakers move forward on vaccine exemptions for kids

Public-health officials say three bills passed by an Arizona House committee Thursday could erode vaccine coverage among schoolchildren. → Read More

Hacienda HealthCare closing facility where patient was raped and gave birth

Hacienda HealthCare announced it is closing its facility, where a patient was raped. Nathan Sutherland was arrested and charged with sexual assault. → Read More