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  • 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 […]
  • Ditch your reading glasses with this new technology

    For many adults over 40, one of the more frustrating symptoms of aging is presbyopia, meaning their eyes can no longer focus clearly on nearby objects. You may become aware of presbyopia when you start holding books and newspapers at arm’s length to be able to read them. For many decades, the standard remedy for […]
  • 5 common running injuries you can avoid

    Cooler weather means people will be headed outdoors for outside activities. Runners especially love this time of year. The wide variety of upcoming races in the Valley give runners extra motivation to step up their game. Increased training and activity also ups the potential for race-related injuries. Here are some common problems runners experience and some […]
  • Finding the best school for children with Autism

    Autism can be difficult to diagnose because it’s often a challenge to define. For example, just two years ago in May 2013, “All Autism disorders were merged into one umbrella diagnosis of Autism spectrum disorder,” reports autismspeaks.org. The keyword is spectrum. Autism takes many distinct forms, including Autistic Disorder, Childhood Disintegrative Disorder, Pervasive Developmental Disorder-not […]
  • Navigating a new cancer survivorship plan

    When treatments and surgeries are over for a cancer patient, a whole new world awaits. Many cancer patients are happy and relieved but may also wonder what comes next. As medicine evolves and we become better at treating this disease, navigating ‘Survivorship’ becomes a mix of managing physical, emotional and lifestyle changes. A new normal […]
  • Pac-12 Labor Day match-ups you don’t want to miss

    Labor Day signals the end of summer and the beginning of the college football season. For Pac-12 fans it will be a weekend with a splash. Break out the Wireless Set-Top Box on the patio or by the pool. Here are five games you won’t want to miss: Michigan at Utah – The media might be […]
  • 7 delayed injury symptoms after a car crash

    Vehicle accidents are generally horrific experiences — even when the damage is not severe. Everyone reacts differently to a crash. Some experience a mental fog, making it difficult to think or focus. Others might find their minds flooded by thoughts and concerns. In addition to the mental trauma and emotional disorientation, sometimes vehicle accidents cause […]
  • Testing for genetic cancer is now more available in Phoenix

    Actress Christina Applegate made headlines in 2008 when she opted for a double mastectomy after she was diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer. In 2013, there were more headlines when Angelina Jolie had a preventive double mastectomy. Both women made their decisions based on advice and recommendation from genetic counselors. Each had a specific gene mutation […]
  • 7 ways to choose a checking account that pays

    With mobile and online banking on the rise, actual checks might seem a bit nostalgic. But choosing where to keep your hard earned money should be a decision you don’t take lightly. Choosing where to keep your hard earned money should be a decision you don’t take lightly. In fact, one expert advised that you […]