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Stroke: Preventable, Treatable, Beatable 

Every 40 seconds, someone in America has a stroke.    Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the United States, and the leading cause of adult long-term disability. It can happen to anyone at any time, regardless of race, sex or age. But, annually, more women suffer from strokes then men, and twice […]

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Combining Traditional Medicine with Supplemental Therapies 

The challenge of bringing neurosurgery into the 21st century with patient-friendly outpatient care has more than met its match in Whitney James, M.D. As the Quad Cities’ newest and youngest neuromodulatory surgeon, Dr. James has launched her medical practice at Northern Arizona Pain Institutes (NAPI) in Prescott.    Melding the art and science of medicine, James […]

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Daryl Croft

Keeping Chino Valley Clean

In the last couple of years, I have worked diligently to reach out to citizens and hear their concerns for our community, Chino Valley. I have heard from people one-on-one, sometimes in group meetings, sometimes at a committee level, often at council meetings, and sometimes in targeted community outreach where I make myself available and […]

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Spring Cleaning for a Healthy Home 

With all of the snow and cold weather ending, we are ready for nice weather. Our homes have been closed up, air recirculating, fireplaces burning and heaters running almost non–stop. The air that we have been breathing hasn’t been the healthiest. Dust and allergens lurk in hidden areas. As we start to open up for […]

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Discussing the Number One Concern About Retirement 

Baby Boomers are retiring at astonishing rates and are looking for ways to replace their steady paycheck. They are worried about the potential of Social Security diminishing and what might happen to their retirement if it does. At American Financial Security, we believe that the number one concern for most pre-retirees and retirees is outliving […]

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Rejuvenating Skin Naturally Before Summer 

Unquestionably, our Arizona dry winters are hard on the skin. And, our summer sunshine is even harsher. There are several things you can do in the spring to rejuvenate your skin so that you go into summer looking refreshed with tighter, smoother, healthier looking skin on your face and neck.  Harness Your Skin’s Own Chemistry  […]

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