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Training the Next

The searing flash of flames, the ground-shaking vibration, the deafening roar of engines – witnessing a space shuttle launch from Cape Canaveral, Florida, is not something easily forgotten by most, but for Lauren Edgar, it was life altering. The then-second grader, who came to visit her grandmother in Florida, left her vacation with more than […]

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Creating Balance

Whether someone is facing a career transition, a physical or health condition or a family transition or crisis, Sheryl Dawson, CEO of Dawson Consulting Group, can help navigate through the challenging times. Her Whole Life Profile is a simple way for people to identify their blind spots, recognize their strengths and weaknesses and find the […]

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What’s New on Europe’s Rivers?

River Cruises have been one of the most popular ways to explore Europe in the last few years. While ocean cruises take you to countries, river cruises take you through the heart of the country, allowing you insight into real life, traditions and local culture and enabling you to see, smell and taste all the […]

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Nourishing the Back-to-School Brain

As we are preparing our children and ourselves to take on the new academic year, our attention may naturally turn to brain function. How can we equip our children to do their best? And how can we function optimally, as well? Less rest, greater cognitive demand and a more hectic schedule increase stress and unbalance. […]

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When is the Right Time to Invest?

I work with clients and talk to people in many different stages of life. Regardless of these differences, people often ask some of the same questions. One of the most common is, “When is the right time to invest?” We all hear about stock market movements, and it is natural to wonder if the market […]

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How Rehab Hospital’s Zero Gravity System Helps Stroke Victims

Stroke is one of the leading causes of death in the United States. When a stroke doesn’t take a life, it often leaves a person’s life changed forever, suffering from short-term and/or long-term mental and physical deficits. Though each person’s post-stroke conditions are unique, many experience loss of movement, balance, coordination, loss of memory and […]

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HistoriCorps, Forest Service, Volunteers Saving Brolliar Cabin

Volunteer crews led by HistoriCorps, a nationally recognized non-profit organization, have been working to preserve the Brolliar Park Cabin this summer. The historic cabin, built by one of Arizona’s last homesteaders, is located in the Coconino National Forest south of Mormon Lake. The award-winning group, which works to save historical structures on public lands around […]

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