At least 10 million years before dinosaurs ruled the world, very large and probably fierce reptiles dominated the muddy coastal plains of what is now ...
The Stars and Stripes will wave from more than 3,000 flagpoles for the fifth consecutive year at the Prescott Valley Civic Center grounds during the ...
If the record-breaking registration for the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) event is any indication, the Sept. 30-Oct. 1 “Fly-In” at the Prescott Municipal ...
John Gunby, golf pro at The Club at Prescott Lakes, is usually a happy-go-lucky guy, but one day when Michele Hamer saw him, he was ...
The only time a health professional usually mentions salt is to warn the public not to eat too much of the most basic food additive, ...
Botox was first approved by the FDA for cosmetic use in 2002 and since then, has become synonymous with facial-wrinkle reduction and creating, at least temporarily, a more youthful look. Today, however, physicians are also successfully using Botox to treat serious medical conditions, including muscle spasticity resulting from brain and spinal cord injury, chronic migraine […]
Locally owned Mortimer Farms has announced it will once again hold its annual Pumpkin Festival & Corn Maze event every weekend in October plus Columbus Day. At the center of this huge festival will be the farm’s 40-acre Pumpkin Patch plus a 15-acre Corn Maze. Every year the Mortimer Family cuts the corn with a […]
The location where an interventional radiologist performs image-guided, minimally invasive procedures is a room in the Catheterization Laboratory (Cath Lab) or the Angiography Suite. This state-of-the-art environment is like an operating room with diagnostic imaging equipment that assists the interventional radiologist during a procedure. Dr. Matthew Dicker, an interventional radiologist with Prescott Radiologists, said, “The […]
Sixty-nine-year-old Tom Liaboe of Prescott was watching television this past winter when he stood up and unexpectedly fell. His wife, Carol, heard the noise and ran upstairs to find Tom on the floor. He was barely able to move his right side, part of his face was drooping, and he was having trouble speaking. Tom […]
Recent literature reviews report that there are 65.7 million unpaid caregivers in the United States. This number reveals the explosion of older adults needing the care of family members. Unpaid caregivers account for 90 percent of the people providing long-term care. According to the National Alliance for Caregiving, 85 percent of the unpaid caregivers are […]
Welcome to “At Home With Heidi & Sandy.” We are here to give you the inside scoop on real estate and the construction industry: what’s up, what’s down, what’s hot and what’s not. We’ll share real estate stats, home prices, building permit numbers, lending information, construction pointers and give you hints on renovations that will […]
As summer winds down and fall quickly approaches, your maintenance to-do list should be on your mind. Not too long ago, my husband actually said he needed a list for the often forgotten maintenance items around the house. Not going to lie, it shocked me. We have been homeowners for more than 20 years. I […]
Your skin is a living organ with a complex chemistry influenced by many factors, including nutrition, hormones, exposure to UV rays and changes due to aging. Vitamins are Essential to Skin Health Vitamin deficiencies will affect your skin. Vitamin C, E and D play an especially important role in keeping your skin healthy. Vitamin C […]