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Research Linking Exercise to Reduced Hearing Loss

Researchers have shown us that exercise is good for your hearing! We all know that regular exercise helps reduce weight gain, improves bone density, increases cardiovascular fitness and even helps to support your immune system. Now, the results are showing that lack of aerobic exercise in mice caused the structures inside the hearing organ (cochlea) […]

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Introducing YRMC’s HealthConnect for Community Outreach

 Cadu Medina may well be the new, friendlier face of marketing. After four years in the San Francisco office of Young & Rubicam – a global advertising agency – Medina and his family relocated to Prescott, where his wife had spent her childhood. Here, the 40-something Medina launched craf2m (, a marketing strategy and coaching […]

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Meet Northern Arizona’s Only Expanding Wound Care Center

Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) offers many programs that distinguish it from other health care providers, and Advanced Wound Care is no doubt among the top on that list. “We’re the only wound care program in Northern Arizona, and have been treating patients in Yavapai County since 2008,” said Cheryl Sofonia, MPH, program manager, Advanced Wound […]

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Achieving a More Youthful Appearance by Harnessing the Body’s Ability to Rejuvenate

The Prescott DermaLift Clinic utilizes two procedures to rejuvenate skin and muscles naturally using a combination of micro-current (BioLift) and revolutionary electro-ion technology (Quantum Hydration). The two procedures are different but complementary; however, both procedures essentially harness the body’s own natural ability to rejuvenate, creating a more youthful appearance. What is Bio-Electric Rejuvenation? Every cell […]

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Speech-Language Pathologists Treating Stroke and Parkinson’s Patients

People who have neurological conditions – such as those caused by stroke and Parkinson’s disease – often have communication problems, including difficulties with swallowing and vocalizing. Because of their highly specialized training and experience, speech-language pathologists can work with these patients to help them regain function. Two major signs of a stroke are slurred speech […]

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Photo by Bing of salad at Surf Club Restaurant.

Survive or Thrive?

I was having dinner with some friends a while back and one of them asked what was new with me. “Well,” I said,” I just graduated from a nutrition program. I’m now an Integrative Nutritional Health Coach.” After a congratulatory toast and some encouraging words about launching my new career, my friends lamented that they […]

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Kill that Lawn, Grow Food

When Lisa and I where just married and struggling to keep fresh food on our table, a saint of a neighbor came to our rescue. Harry lived across the street, and his entire backyard was filled with produce-growing plants. His passion was vegetables and he purposely grew extra to share with family, neighbors, and the […]

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