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How to Aid Your Aging Parents: Guidelines for Coping

The aging of your parents is inevitable, but your ability to aid in the process isn’t so restricted. As our parents age and our lives get busier, our intrinsic sense of duty to care for our parents grows exponentially. The good news is, by taking a few simple yet significant steps, you can greatly lighten […]

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Treating Diabetes through Rehabilitation

 For many, a healthy diet and regular exercise are self-prescribed ways to feel better. But for people with diabetes, diet and exercise often are medically recommended to help treat the disease. Diabetes is a disorder where either the body does not produce enough insulin or the cells in the body do not recognize the insulin. […]

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Balancing College and Retirement

Are you faced with the dilemma of saving for your own retirement while at the same time trying to put money away for a child’s college education? How do you pursue both goals? How do you determine which is more important or what path to take? If this hard choice sounds familiar, you’re not alone. […]

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T Paul Thomas

My Employees Don’t Like Me

One of my former students came back to Flagstaff for homecoming weekend. She stopped by my office to let me know how things were going since she had graduated. She asked if I had any advice for two issues she was having. One was that she wasn’t learning new things as fast as she wanted. […]

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Feeding Flagstaff’s Hungry Children

It’s heartbreaking that a child in our community can go to sleep at night, or in some cases, several nights, without a nutritious meal. As leaders, we need to do everything we can to make sure our children get the food they need to grow up healthy and strong. I’m proud that we have an […]

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Enjoying the Holidays More Through Massage

Here they come: The holidays! The days, weeks and months are sure to be full of joy, events, giving, food, laughter, friends, family and, for most of us, a dose of stress. As we negotiate with family about where to spend Thanksgiving and Christmas, and most of us are vowing to start holiday shopping early, the […]

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Death by Outhouse is Nothing to Poo Poo

Outhouses may feel like a convenient lifesaver for those who really need to go in the woods, but they can become a nasty deathtrap for birds. Cavity nesters like woodpeckers, Boreal Owls and American Kestrels are going into the dark openings of the ventilation pipes – perhaps to roost, cache some food or build a […]

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