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Manifesting the Magic of Momentum

Momentum may have best been described by Sir Isaac Newton, only he called it inertia: An object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced force. I wouldn’t go so far as to call your boss, supervisor or […]

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Developing Soft Skills at CCC

I have a rhetorical question for you to contemplate: Why do we use the term “soft skills” to describe skills that are so difficult for many people to demonstrate in the work world? I constantly hear from our partners in business and industry that they need workforce training in soft skills above anything else. According to […]

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Getting Your Body in Shape for Winter Sports

With Snowbowl now in full swing, skiing and snowboarding are on the minds of many of us in Northern Arizona. If you are in this category, you know how you feel at the end of the season – your musculoskeletal health is in excellent shape. However, that usually isn’t the case at the very start […]

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Lumberjack Football Star Helping Youth Build Strong Foundations

Participating in sports can benefit athletes in many ways, including the development of healthy exercise and eating habits; working together with others on a team; learning the benefits of hard work, focus and determination; and understanding how to gracefully win and lose. For Northern Arizona University graduate Ray Perryman, sports also helped crystallize his lifelong […]

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Understanding Tinnitus: Ringing in the Ears 

More than 50 million people are bothered by tinnitus and approximately 20 percent of those people are severely affected by it.  Tinnitus is a sound that is heard without any external stimulation. It can be high or low-pitched; it may sound like humming, clicking, buzzing, whistling, chirping or roaring. The sound may come and go […]

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