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How Childhood Vision Problems Can Relate to School Performance

Reports estimate that one in four students in grades K-6 have vision-related problems; and 80 percent of what a child learns in school is presented visually. The visual system matures rapidly during the first few years of life and it’s important to identify any problems that may interfere with normal cognitive and visual development. When […]

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Fox

Handling Senior Hoarding and Self-Neglect

Do you have an elderly parent or relative whose living conditions seem to be deteriorating? Are you met with mountains of clutter when you enter the living space? Does your loved one seem to be neglecting his or her own well-being? If so, your loved one may be suffering from Diogenes syndrome, also known as […]

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Gibson

Surgical Advancements Help Improve Trigger Finger Treatment Experience 

Every day, there are new advancements in medicine and surgical procedures. New technology and specially trained surgeons mean a greater number of minimally invasive surgical procedures are being performed in hospitals or clinics on an outpatient (no overnight hospital stay) basis, allowing the patient to go home within hours after surgery.    Recently, a breakthrough in […]

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Staskey

Avoiding Financial Court When Caring for a Family Member

There comes a time when many of us face the realities of caring for an aging family member, and ultimately, planning for our own care. In the financial arena, mental impairment of a loved one may result in the appointment of a guardian and conservator. When this happens, the conservator has control over the assets, […]

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Innovative Health Plans Delivering Big Benefits

As we approach the time when many employers start preparing for their upcoming renewal, there are a couple of options that are frequently overlooked. Traditional plans are fully insured, meaning that the health insurance company takes all risk for claim and administration expenses. As an alternative, partially self-funded plans can often provide lower rates without […]

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Considering Real Estate Investments

Love Flagstaff? Already own a house? Have you thought of buying another? Driving around Flagstaff, it’s hard to not notice all the building and improvements happening in all parts of town. The Standard, The Hub, Switzer Mesa, Timber Sky and many more. Residential real estate in Flagstaff has jumped 38 percent since 2015. The average […]

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Warners

Extending Your Garden’s Life Throughout the Fall

Even in Northern Arizona, where frosts come as late as mid-June and as early as September, gardening does not have to be a summer-only activity. There’s a lot of life left in your garden at this time of year and plenty to do, including enjoying what you’ve already planted, getting some new flowers and vegetables […]

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