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  • 5 reasons to love the D-backs this season

    Baseball season is underway and the D-backs set the tone with their Opening Day win against the San Francisco Giants. We’ll have to wait and see what the season holds for 2017, but either way, here are five good reasons to love the D-backs. It’s good for the community The Arizona Diamondback Foundation was established […]
  • Tips for taking your home entertainment experience to the backyard

    In the 1940s, a new type of movie experience captured the fancy of people across the U.S. Called drive-ins, for the first time, these theaters allowed people to experience a popular form of entertainment outdoors. While drive-in theaters have largely disappeared, the concept of watching movies outdoors in a casual setting with friends and food […]
  • Tech-related injuries your parents never experienced

    Our modern world is ruled by technology. Twenty years ago, few people imagined that telephones would serve as portable computers or that text messages would largely replace conversation for a new generation. Just as most people could not foresee the explosive growth of smartphones and tablets, they likely did not anticipate these devices as catalysts […]
  • Top 6 things you should never put down the drain

    Contrary to what some people seem to believe, when you flush something down your toilet or pour it into a sink, it doesn’t disappear. Toilets and drains are not mystical portals. They are more like roadways trying to transport traffic from one point to another. Just like a mishap on the road can cause traffic […]
  • Workers comp: Signs your co-worker could be a fraud

    Across the U.S., compensation for workplace injuries totals hundreds of billions annually. In some states, the total is more than $675 million, according to statistics from the U.S. Department of Labor. Because of the scope and complexity of the issue, there are some who try to take advantage of the system. In the U.S., insurance fraud […]
  • Who’s the real founder of America’s pastime?

    Baseball is a favorite pastime of many Americans. For nearly 160 years, people from all around the nation have gathered to watch greats like Babe Ruth, Willie Mays, Barry Bonds, Hank Aaron and Roger Clemens play a game that originated in the very country we call home. The sport as we know it now was […]
  • Epidemic rising? What you need to know about Alzheimer’s in Arizona

    This article is Sponsored by Arizona Department of Health Services. At some point, most people have watched an older family member struggle with memory loss or other forms of dementia. As a result, people often incorrectly assume all people will succumb to similar issues as they approach old age. Many also falsely believe all memory […]
  • 5 unforgettable Wooden Award winners

    The Wooden Award honors the nation’s best college basketball player in any given year. The award commemorates UCLA legendary John Wooden, who is undoubtedly the greatest college basketball coach ever. If you aren’t sure about that, all you need to do is read about his accomplishments. The award was founded in 1976 and a women’s award […]
  • Family and hard work are keys to success of modern dairy farmers

    When you’re enjoying a dish of ice cream, you’re probably not thinking about its high levels of phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, and vitamins A, B12 and riboflavin. You are also unlikely to think about the farm family that dedicates their lives to ensuring Arizona residents have access to flavorful, high-quality dairy products. One example is the Van Der Toorns, […]
  • Genetic testing could hold answers for colon cancer survival

    The Human Genome Project was a 13-year-long, publicly funded project initiated in 1990 to determine the entire DNA sequence of the human genome. While the Project was declared complete in April, 2003 the advancements of genetic testing continues to evolve. The sequencing of the human genome holds benefits for many fields such as forensic science, […]