When the late Rose Mofford, then governor of Arizona, named Prescott “Arizona’s Christmas City” in 1989, she may not have envisioned the celebration that would ...
Calling it “…the biggest challenge I ever had was when I was asked if we could build a Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) to be used ...
The City of Cottonwood and the Cottonwood Historic Preservation Commission are hosting the 5th Annual Cottonwood Historic Home & Building Tour from 10 a.m. to ...
On Veteran’s Day and every day, Samantha Maghamez honors her grandfather, Webb Bisbee, a World War II Army Air Corps parachute soldier, who inspired her ...
Senior guests who are over 60 are now the fastest-growing age group using Airbnb, according to a new study by Airbnb. Typically thought of as ...
Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is a major risk factor for stroke and heart disease, which affects nearly 70 million adults in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This adds up to one in three adults! In addition to people with hypertension, the CDC states that one in three adults […]
Thanksgiving is past and the season of gift giving is here. The days are sure to be full of joy, events, giving, food, laughter, friends, family and, for most of us, a dose of stress. One way to ease holiday stress? Purchase gift cards that promote health and ease stress; give the gift of a […]
It’s quite common that during any given week, many people will come to see us at Partners In Health Care, Naturally with the same odd symptom, and I’m always amazed by the coincidence. I remember that a few years ago, six patients came in with a muscle sprain/strain of the same very unusual muscle of the back. Odd! Why […]
The creative generosity of local author Diane Iverson will benefit hundreds of low-income families in the greater Prescott area during the holiday season. Iverson has transformed her historical fiction novel, “Hannah’s Heart,” into a play. It focuses on a 10-year-old girl, Hannah Grace Meadows, who tries to find ways to give Christmas gifts to her […]
With the nip in the air, you can feel the change from summer to fall and then ultimately into winter. The summer months brought in all the dust from open windows and the windows are pretty much a mess from the monsoons. This is generally the time that you start thinking about cleaning up from […]
Boys & Girls Clubs of America awarded the local board of directors for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Arizona (BGCCAZ) the 2018 League of EAGLES Silver Award. This award is a key element of the national organization’s Great Futures 2025 Strategic Plan to build strong organizations. The award recognizes local organizations for achieving […]
People with single-sided deafness or one ear that is not able to understand speech clearly are at a significant disadvantage when attempting to understand speech and other sounds. This type of hearing loss is called a unilateral hearing loss. This problem is increased when there is noise in the room while the desired sound is […]
Once again, the holidays are upon us. The weather is crisp, the days have shortened, and the pace sometimes quickens as the holiday calendar fills with activities and time set aside for those we love. As rich as this season can be, the sometimes-overlooked reality is the heightened sense of awareness, or stress, which can […]