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Multiple Chemical Sensitivity

As it navigates through a very complex world, the human body has to determine what is safe and what is not safe. Chemicals, pollutants, as well as processed foods have made the recognition of the environment challenging and complicated. Living amongst the chemicals abundant in our modern world creates an entirely new challenge for the […]

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Drones Prescott

Drones Earning their Space in the Sky 

Chad de Alva of Lightforce Media, LLC has been working with Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), commonly called drones, for more than seven years. In that time, he has advocated for the industry and educated others, while piloting numerous projects for which drones and their payloads offer new, innovative and cost-saving solutions to a myriad of […]

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Are You Prepared for Mental Decline? 

No one likes to think about cognitive decline in themselves or their loved ones. But, for many families, this is an incredibly important topic to address. In fact, 5.5 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease, including 10 percent of people aged 65 and older. When they pass away, one in three seniors has Alzheimer’s or other […]

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gargoyle gargling oil

Crumbling Gargoyles, Decomposing Bell Tower, Shifting Stained Glass   

Like emergency first responders, community members are answering the call for help and asking for backup as they work to save severely deteriorating features of the historic Nativity of Blessed Virgin Mary Chapel.   Unique features, including the bell tower cladding, fierce gargoyles and casings that support hand-crafted stained glass windows, are visibly decaying. After enlisting […]

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T Paul Thomas

Can You Learn to be a Great Manager? 

My column last month was titled, “Five Habits of Great Managers.” I always re-post my columns on social media and that column had by far the most views of any column I’ve ever written. In addition, I received a long list of emails about the topic. One of the most interesting questions I received was, […]

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Remember Your Décolleté When Getting a Massage or Facial 

Pronounced “day-kōl-tay,” décolleté is derived from the French word décolletér, which means to expose the neck. It can also refer to a low-cut dress style on a woman. When referring to the body and skin care, the décolleté is simply the upper torso, including the upper chest and back and shoulders, as well as the neck and jawline.  The décolleté is one of […]

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Karon LynnAudio

Recycling Used Hearing Aids

If you have an old pair of hearing aids or cochlear implant processors that someone used in the past, don’t waste the opportunity to help someone else. That device may open a new world of hearing to someone.   There are a few options for you to recycle the hearing aids. All makes and models are […]

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