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Tips for Staying Hydrated in Arizona 

We’re coming into the driest time of the year and Arizona (the “arid zone”) is already one of the driest places on Earth. This year, it’s much drier than usual, given the lack of rain and snow we’ve had over the winter and early spring.  Our typical atmospheric humidity in Prescott in late spring runs […]

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Lisa Fry

Jumpstarting Your Active Summer  

Summertime here in Northern Arizona is fast approaching, bringing long, sunny days, mild star-studded nights and the hope of an afternoon downpour, which comes as a welcome relief from the heat.   Our region provides a lot of choices when it comes to enjoying an outdoor workout, and I challenge you to try something new this […]

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MarkLove

Remember Your  Décolleté  When Getting a Massage or Facial 

Pronounced “day-kōl-tay,” décolleté is derived from the French word décolletér, which means to expose the neck. It can also refer to a low-cut dress style on a woman. When referring to the body and skin care, the décolleté is simply the upper torso, including the upper chest and back and shoulders, as well as the neck and jawline.  The décolleté is one of […]

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LYnn

Recycling Used Hearing Aids 

If you have an old pair of hearing aids or cochlear implant processors that someone used in the past, don’t waste the opportunity to help someone else. That device may open a new world of hearing to someone.   There are a few options for you to recycle the hearing aids. All makes and models are […]

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Mengarelli

Let the Event Season Begin 

Prescott is one town that takes its events and recreation seriously.  Beginning in April, with the Whiskey Off-Road, through the Boot Drop on New Year’s Eve, virtually every weekend is packed with events. The summer concert series on the Yavapai County Courthouse Plaza alone hosts more than 30 shows from June through August.  In June […]

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At Home Tom and Sandy

Getting Contracts in Writing

Welcome to “At Home With Tom & Sandy.” Just like Rodgers and Hammerstein said, “June is bustin’ out all over… June, June, June.” As always, Tom and I are bustin’ out all over giving you the inside scoop, what’s up, what’s down and what’s hot.    Tom: Well, Sandy, the YCCA Home and Garden Show was […]

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Tarquinio

Keeping Bones Healthy 

Osteoporosis is a medical condition of the bone that occurs when the body loses too much bone, makes too little bone, or both. Osteoporosis bones have lost bone density and mass and, thus, have weakened. The bones become brittle and fragile from loss of tissue and may result in fractures. If you’re 50 or older […]

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LYnn

Cleaning Ear Canals 

One of the most common questions I hear is, “How should I clean my ears?” There are a few methods for keeping ears clean, but first, let’s learn a little about the ear canal.    The Purpose of the Ear Canal  The ear canal protects the eardrum, migrates dust and dirt out of the canal, […]

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