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  • Homeowner’s cost guide to remodeling kitchens and baths

    When it comes to home improvement, kitchen and bathroom upgrades are high on homeowners' wish lists. Here's how far your dollar will go.
  • Traditions: faith, family and football on Sundays

    If there were any day of the week ripe to be ritualized, it’s Sunday, a day where people gather for family, faith, and if it’s the season, football. Even in this day in age where you can get a whole tailgate party delivered to your door in an hour, there are some companies who remain […]
  • Seven sporting events for your bucket list in 2018

    For sports lovers, choosing a favorite event can be nearly impossible. Fortunately, you don’t have to. You can be a great fan of multiple sports and you needn’t even be good at any. At the highest levels, sporting championships have transcended competition to become multifaceted, major events that hundreds of thousands want to experience. If […]
  • When pain management turns into addiction

    From professional athletes dealing with aftereffects of concussions and injuries to grandparents recovering from surgery, anyone who watches the news today knows opioid addiction is not limited to celebrities and the homeless. It’s a national epidemic affecting every age and socioeconomic group. In June of 2017, Governor Ducey declared a state of emergency in Arizona […]
  • Arizona State Fair ‘Kid Reporter’ calls for new entries

    Last year, the Arizona State Fair kicked off their season by launching a search for a ‘Kid Reporter’ to cover all the fun things to do and see at the Fair. Parents submitted entries for their kids to become the Official Kid Correspondent for the Arizona State Fair. The lucky young journalist helped create videos and radio […]
  • The prostate cancer dilemma: 4 critical considerations

    The American Cancer Society estimates that in the year 2017, 161,360 men will develop prostate cancer and 26,730 men will die from the disease, suggesting that Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men. It is the third leading cause of death from cancer in men. Prostate cancer screening and more effective treatments have improved […]
  • Four hidden threats many homeowners miss

    The Southwestern desert has two distinct wet seasons most years. Summer brings monsoonal flows, and winter can be accompanied by heavy rains. The reality is frequently a stark contrast to the image of non-stop sunshine and winter golfing. “The North American Monsoon System is perhaps the least-understood of all of large-scale circulations patterns that affect the United […]
  • Five most anticipated NFL games in September and tips on where to watch

    The leaves may not change colors in Arizona as fall weather approaches but you can definitely feel the seasons shift as football kicks into gear. While the 2016 season may have been a disappointment for Arizona Cardinals fans, USA Today has them at No. 14 in its preseason NFL power rankings, while ESPN has them at No. 10. September’s […]
  • Arthritis symptoms and solutions you simply can’t ignore

    Most people think arthritis is an ailment that causes joint pain in older people. While that is accurate for some forms of the disease, the Arthritis Foundation counts more than 100 types of arthritis, including some better known by names like fibromyalgia, lupus, gout, tendonitis, spinal stenosis and more. In its various forms, arthritis affects more than […]
  • Latest technology to improve your vision

    Vision problems have been around as long as humankind. For hundreds of years, the only means people had for vision correction involved looking through some sort of glass lens. That all changed in the late 1990s, when doctors began using lasers to reshape and repair eyes. Today, eye doctors can permanently repair or cure a range of […]