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  • Ways to support our veterans throughout the year

    The last Monday in May brings plenty to celebrate. School is almost out for the summer, BBQ season is up and going, and it’s a long weekend for extra relaxation. But the most important part of that Monday is a time to honor our fallen heroes on Memorial Day. America has a long history of […]
  • It’s time to stand up to bullying

    *This article was provided by The Maricopa County Attorney’s Office as part of the KTAR News 92.3 BullyFreeAZ.com Campaign A lot of us grew up in a time when bullying, already common in schools and on playgrounds, was thought to be “kids being kids.” Victims were expected to deal with it and “toughen up.” A lot […]
  • 5 ways to prevent embezzlement

    Whether you’re running a small or large company, employee theft is one of the most prevalent types of theft in the country. In fact, according to a recent embezzlement study, 55 percent of employee theft happens to businesses with less than 500 employees with small and medium-sized businesses the most at risk. It’s important to […]
  • The top 5 reasons small business owners get sued

    Every business owner dreads the day his or her company goes through a time-consuming and costly lawsuit. Although employees are legitimately wronged every day, sometimes businesses must weather frivolous lawsuits or legal actions meant to provoke a company into giving the accuser a settlement, according to the National Federation of Independent Businesses. Prevention is key when […]
  • 5 ways to ease bad knees

    It might seem surprising that daily life activities can wreak the most havoc on your knees. Whether it’s general wear-and-tear as a result of aging or an acute injury from an overzealous hike, chronic knee pain can keep you on the sidelines of an active lifestyle. Every year, there are roughly 700,000 knee replacement surgeries […]
  • 5 trail runs to crush cross training goals

    Arizona is a trail runner’s dream. With an average of 300 days of sunshine, a variety of terrain, and scenic views from the top, hitting the trails in Arizona has something to offer every level of runner. Runners who wish to improve their performance often look to hiking and cross training to improve their skills […]
  • 6 habits for better mental health

    According to the CDC, almost 50 percent of Americans will develop at least one mental illness over their lifetime. Anxiety, depression, and overall stress is on the rise amongst Americans and getting access to affordable healthcare isn’t getting any easier.  The stigma of mental health issues will subside the more we bring the topic out […]
  • Five easy breakfasts to start the school day right

    You’ve probably heard the old adage “breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” The origins of a healthy breakfast to prepare you for a successful day was a clever and timeless marketing initiative by General Foods in the early 1940s. It turns out, the popular breakfast cereal producer was on to something. Studies […]
  • 3 types of back pain and when to see a doctor

    It’s not a coincidence that when we encourage people to “grow a backbone” that it’s synonymous with being firm and resolute. Our back is quite literally the support system for our bodies but it’s often the last thing considered when it comes to health and wellbeing. Good posture, deliberate exercise, and intentional lifestyle choices can […]
  • Fair Wages Act affects more than minimum wage for business owners

    The Fair Wages and Healthy Families Act became effective July 1, 2017 and raised the minimum wage to $10 on January 1, 2017, and then incrementally, to $12 by 2020.