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  • Dealing with PTSD and depression during the holidays

    They call it the most wonderful time of the year, but for those dealing with addiction and depression, the holidays can feel overwhelming. The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention estimates over 120 suicides per day with veterans accounting for approximately 20-22 of those lives lost. Veterans and those dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder seem to […]
  • Foster parents changing lives one family at a time

    Compared to the rest of the country, Arizona has an especially pressing child welfare situation. The Arizona Department of Child Safety caseload exceeds national standards by 78 percent. This means there are currently more than 17,500 children in foster care in our state and each month 600 children being taken into protective custody. The average […]
  • 5 causes of night sweats and what to do about them

    Sleeping well and living well go hand in hand. Don’t let night sweats rob your body and mind of crucial rejuvenation. The solutions to these five causes of night sweats can restore your peaceful slumber. You just started a new exercise routine One of the benefits of exercise is a boost to your metabolism, but […]
  • Holiday hacks for chronic back pain

    For people with chronic back pain, the added stress of accomplishing a holiday to-do list can overshadow the pleasure of the season. Holiday decorating mishaps may be funny in the movies but thousands of people sustain holiday-related back injuries and many of those injuries can be prevented with a few simple solutions. Here are a […]
  • 5 alternatives to total knee replacement surgery

    According to the Arthritis Foundation, 1 in 2 adults will develop symptoms of knee osteoarthritis — a breakdown of cartilage or the cushions between bones — during their lives. Osteoarthritis causes pain, swelling and stiffness, and affects people of all ages. If you experience osteoarthritis or have severe knee pain or long-lasting swelling or inflammation that limits your […]
  • 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 worthy of your bucket list

    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 ‘Kid Correspondent’ covers everything at the Fair

    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 […]