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Service to Others Can Contribute to a Lifetime of Happiness

People across the world engage in altruistic behaviors, ranging from paying for a cup of coffee for a stranger, donating gently used clothing, toys or household items, or volunteering at a local food bank. Engagement in service to others occurs without the expectation of anything in return. However, the benefits of altruistic behaviors have well-documented […]

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Building a Resilient Community

The Coconino Coalition for Children and Youth (CCC&Y) ignites collective action that creates better lives for children and families. As we transition from a difficult year, we are hoping more than ever that our community will come together. Childhood trauma or Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) can have a large impact on the future health of […]

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What Kind of 2021 Reset Do You Need?

Most of us were more than ready to show 2020 the door and cross our fingers that 2021 will be better. It’s time to reset, but where do you start? For most of my patients, family and friends, the most useful resets need to happen in three areas. These areas are diet, stress and exercise. […]

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Paula Mack

Preparing for an Active New Year in Real Estate

Flagstaff’s real estate future is forecast to be as vibrant as 2020, if not more so, in 2021 and 2022. According to Dr. Lawrence Yun, chief economist and senior vice president of research with the National Association of Realtors, of the Top 10 prospective markets in post-COVID 2021 and 2022, Phoenix tops the list, with […]

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Massage Therapy Does Wonders

If you’ve ever experienced ongoing pain, numbness or tingling in your wrists or hands, you might have a condition known as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. The carpal tunnel is a narrow passage about the width of the thumb that runs from the forearm to the palm of the hand via the wrist and houses nine tendons […]

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Treating Chronic Foot Pain with Regenerative Medicine

Chronic foot or ankle pain interferes with active lifestyles, limiting mobility and independence. No matter your age, it makes even the most basic activities, like going to the market or taking an after-dinner stroll, difficult. “I hate to hear that foot pain is preventing someone from participating in everyday activities,” said Dr. Kerry Zang, podiatric […]

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Finding County Economic Development Resources

January brings new options to businesses and employees, albeit some for a limited time only. Coconino County’s dedicated staff continues to guide and assist business owners, employees and all residents to access resources as they become available. This article targets the resources that are most asked about, and often the most complex and ever-changing: forgivable […]

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Armando Bernasconi

Setting Up Your Workspace for Success in 2021

Last year, having a home office went from being a luxury for people who telecommuted to a necessity for a huge part of our population. Work-life balance took on a whole new meaning as we tried to be productive while having children, pets and partners around 24/7. Although everyone is hopeful that more people will […]

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Coral Evans

Continuing to Work for Youth, Families, Community

After almost 13 years on the Flagstaff City Council, I chose not to seek reelection. My current term ends this month, and as such, this will be my last article as mayor for the Flagstaff Business News. My family, the Dorseys, have lived in Northern Arizona for four generations. My grandfather moved his family to […]

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