There are people who suffer with a continual sensation of movement, named Mal de Debarquement Syndrome (MdDS). It can be a normal response of the balance system after returning from a fishing trip, a cruise, a long airplane flight or even surfing and snorkeling. The individual will feel the motion … [Read more...] about Understanding Mal de Debarquement Syndrome
Did you know that Flagstaff welcomes more than 500,000 international visitors annually? And, those long-haul visitors have an economic impact of nearly $70,000,000 on our local economy. It is Flagstaff’s time to shine on the international stage. Our destination is appealing to the international … [Read more...] about Long-Haul Visitors, Boost to Local Economy
As a physician specializing in primary care and anesthesiology, I have been fortunate to be able to use my expertise to care for numerous people in the United States, Mexico, the Yucatan, Guatemala, Haiti and other locations around the world. Going on mission trips within and outside of our country … [Read more...] about Want More out of Life? Consider a Mission Trip
I just returned from the most luxurious ship ever built: Regent Seven Seas Explorer. The ship is brand new and boasts 55,000 tons of pure luxury. With 750 guests spread over 10 decks, this is the largest ship in Regent Seven Seas fleet. Walking around on board you would never know there are this … [Read more...] about Enjoying the Leisure Life on the High Seas
As a respected member of Arizona’s automotive business community for 34 years, the CMI Mobility Group strives to understand your mobility needs and questions. CMI Mobility provides rear- and side- entry conversions. There are certainly advantages to both conversions. In a rear-entry conversion, a … [Read more...] about Understanding Mobility Needs
We perform repetitive motions throughout the day. Most of these motions are tolerable, while others might cause discomfort. Some repetitive motions catch up with us after years of overusing the same muscles or tendons. When we feel aches, pain, muscle tension and/or fatigue, it’s our body letting us … [Read more...] about How Therapy Can Help the Wear and Tear of Daily Living
It is a rare person who does not know or has not been impacted personally by someone who suffers from Alzheimer’s or some other form of dementia. And often, a person does not quite know what word to use to define what is occurring. Personnel at the Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research … [Read more...] about Support Available for Those with Alzheimer’s, Dementia
There is a lot of talk lately about high occupancy housing. You can also call it high density housing or student housing. It all comes down to a four- or five-story apartment complex with a lot of students in it. Here are some of the issues: Zoning – If a particular property already has the … [Read more...] about Where are We with High Occupancy Housing?
Moviegoers who have seen the film “Concussion” know that the movie depicts a true story about a forensic pathologist who discovers severe brain damage in deceased NFL players during autopsies. The physician ultimately determines that the players died from a degenerative disease caused by long-term … [Read more...] about Football, Concussions….and You?
Goodwill’s mission is to put people to work. Our donation centers and the stores that resell those goods exist solely to fund the programs and services that break down the barriers to employment. It is gratifying to know that this purpose resonates with people, as evidenced recently by the … [Read more...] about Goodwill Brand Ranked First in Value