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  • How Arizona is preparing the leader of the next generation

    As business leaders here in Arizona, we have a responsibility to help grow the next generation of leaders.   And school-based organizations play a key role.   During this holiday season teens are finding ways to serve through a variety of groups. Student government, National Honor Society and Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) all help tweens […]
  • New Year’s resolution: don’t spend another year in a kitchen you don’t like

    The kitchen is the heart of the home and, according to Health.com, families who eat at home together enjoy a multitude of benefits, from less money spent eating out to having kids who are more likely to eat vegetables, less likely to do drugs and more motivated to do well in school. If your kitchen isn’t […]
  • Early signs of cataracts in your parents and how to help

    One of the best parts of the holidays is spending time with family members you don’t get to see regularly. This is also the perfect time to check on your parents’ health. Sometimes, changes that come on gradually will appear more pronounced if you haven’t been around each other recently. Older family members are especially […]
  • 5 treatments for adult scoliosis

    If you struggle from chronic pain from adult scoliosis, don’t despair. Here are five treatments that can combat the wear and tear to your back and spine, while delivering pain relief that can last for weeks — or months — at a time. Sacroiliac joint injections Up to one-third of people suffering from chronic low back […]
  • 4 sleep positions for men and what they mean

    They’re the eight (well, hopefully) most important hours of the day, but how you spend your sleeping time says a lot about you. For men, your sleep position can affect a lot — from heartburn to back pain to snoring. Plus, the way you hold your body between the sheets (no innuendo here) could be indicative of […]
  • The difference between men and women when it comes to pain

    Pain perception differs depending on gender, experts have found. Research studies have compared pain reporting between men and women, analyzed prescription drug practices by doctors and observed differences in pain tolerance in laboratory animals. Chief among the results is the indication that women feel pain more acutely than men do but are better at seeking […]
  • Top holiday drink recipes

    ‘Tis the season to eat, drink and be merry, but if your primary interest is in that second verb there, you’ll need a cache of cheery Yuletide cocktails. With nods to seasonal favorites (hello, Mr. Nutmeg), festive twists on old classics and quirky concoctions sure make you host(ess) of the year, you can’t go wrong with […]
  • How do cataracts affect your vision?

    How do cataracts affect your vision? Vision changes are a common side effect of growing older. As your eye ages, your vision may worsen as the lens loses convexity, or the ability to relax, which is how you can focus on objects near or far. This is why many people need reading glasses as they […]
  • 4 ways to protect your company from cyber breaches

    Cyber-attacks continue to plague organizations nationwide with more than 1,500 breaches reported in 2017. About 55 percent of them targeted businesses, but every industry sector experienced attacks including 24 percent in the healthcare industry, 8 percent in education, 8 percent in financial and about 5 percent in government and military, according to Statista.com. Breaches can […]
  • Top ways to honor our heroes on Veterans Day

    Celebrated annually on Nov. 11, Veterans Day is a U.S. holiday set aside to honor military veterans. Similar holidays celebrated on the same day in other countries are known as Remembrance Day or Armistice Day marking the World War I anniversary when, at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in […]