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World-Class Astronomical Facilities Collide 

Effects of the collaboration between Lowell Observatory and the Jim and Linda Lee Planetarium at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) are going to be “astronomical,” said Planetarium Director Eric Edelman. Edelman is referring to the recently-formed partnership between the two world-famous scientific facilities. In brief, Lowell Observatory and ERAU are going to partner in sharing research […]

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Little America Dares to Be Different with Do-si-dos Peanut Butter and Jelly Cheesecake

With an opened box of Girl Scouts Do-si-dos Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookies on the butcher block, Pastry Chef Vanessa Ronspies brushes aside the cookie crumbs as she proudly presents her Peanut Butter and Jelly Cheesecake creation. “It’s New York cheesecake,” she corrected, “because it’s tall.” This is the fourth year Little America and Ronspies have […]

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Rapid Tension-Release Massage Reducing Pain, Promoting Recovery

Rapid Tension-Release Massage, also known as vibration or percussion massage, uses rapid movement to ease muscle tension and reduce aches and pains. This specialized massage technique provides concentrated, rapid, short-duration pulses deep into the hard-to-reach muscles and tissues. The short, rapid pulses stimulate blood flow and relax tight muscles, ligaments, tendons and the fascia that covers […]

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Family Owned Title Company Celebrating 15 Years in Sedona

Pioneer Sedona branch manager Janet Gazda is a Northern Arizona native, albeit from Prescott, who initially dreamed of becoming a nurse. “Except, nursing involved blood. And the thought of blood makes me nauseous,” said Gazda who eventually set her sights on the (almost) bloodless real estate industry. She got her start in construction, overseeing a […]

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Hello Spring! Hello Allergies! 

We all look forward to spring, with the warming days, the increased daylight, the daffodils and crocuses, the tulips blooming and the trees budding. It’s beautiful, isn’t it? That is, unless you suffer from seasonal allergies.  Seasonal allergy symptoms include sneezing, itchy and runny nose, and nasal stuffiness. Other symptoms include itching to the throat […]

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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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Four Questions to Ask About Long-Term Care

As you age, calculating the chances that you’ll need long-term care – and the associated costs – is incredibly important. More than half of people turning 65 will require long-term care during their lifetime, and the costs may be much higher than you expect. In 1980, the U.S. had $30 billion in long-term care spending. […]

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