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  • Water heater tips that can save you bundles

    This article is Sponsored by Benjamin Franklin Plumbing. Of all the appliances in your home, your water heater probably gets the most use. If you are like most homeowners, the water heater might also be the appliance you think about the least. Although most water heaters are designed for minimal maintenance, there are a few […]
  • Best tips for watching TV outside

    This article is Sponsored by CenturyLink. “How ‘bout this weather, eh? Seventy-plus degrees and zero complaints. As much as I can, I try to exist outdoors – including watching my favorite teams and shows. Yes, watching Prism TV on the patio is one of the great advantages of making the switch to CenturyLink. Before Prism, I […]
  • Falls can lead to serious injuries, but can be prevented

    This article is Sponsored by Arizona Department of Health Services. Falls are a leading cause of both fatal and nonfatal injury in Arizona for people 65 years of age and older. Falls can result in serious injuries such as fractures and traumatic brain injuries, and in some cases can be fatal. But the good news […]
  • 5 features making today’s annuities better than ever

    This article is Sponsored by Trajan Wealth. Between now and 2029, more than 10,000 baby boomers will retire each day; yet, a large portion of them consider themselves unprepared for life after work. When planning for retirement, most people focus on accumulating money through investments, savings and retirement programs. As actual retirement nears, the emphasis […]
  • 5 tips to avoid knee surgery

    This article is Sponsored by Novocur. Whether you’re a professional athlete, a recreational jogger, a reluctant golfer or a city league softball player, probably no part of your body endures more abuse than your knees. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports total knee replacements in the U.S. exceed 700,000 every year. That number […]
  • 5 reasons your check engine light is on

    If you are like many vehicle owners, when the “Check Engine” light comes on your heart skips a beat. It could be something as simple as a loose gas cap or it could signal that the vehicle’s engine or transmission is malfunctioning, and you are looking at a repair costing thousands of dollars. With modern […]
  • Why men hog the TV remote

    In 1950, a device called ‘Lazy Bones’ was connected to the television by a wire. In 1956, a wireless ‘clicker’ was born. But in 1973, a more sophisticated type of remote was invented by the BBC and things were never quite the same in TV land. The modern day remote is nothing like it’s predecessor […]
  • Adviser or broker: key differences every investor must know

    This article is Sponsored by Trajan Wealth. Volatile market swings create emotional minefields for many. Investors aren’t sure what to do to safeguard their money and often the people they assume can be trusted don’t have the customer’s best interest in mind. In the financial arena, most professionals carry one of two designations: broker or […]
  • Little leaks can lead to big trouble

    Plumbing maintenance is frequently ignored unless there is a big problem like a broken pipe or a clogged toilet. That’s why annual whole home plumbing check ups are just as important as getting oil changes for your car. But doing your own plumbing inspections is a bit like doing your own annual medical exam. There’s […]
  • Top 7 shows to watch this fall

    Football fans are already a couple of weeks into the season, but September also marks the start of a different kind of beginning. The 2015 Fall TV Lineup Here are just a few new and returning shows that will have you grabbing for your remote to watch and record multiple shows all at once. Sunday Night Football You […]