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Addressing Tendonitis of the Foot, Ankle

One of the more common conditions of the feet is tendonitis. Most people have heard the term, but don’t really know what it is. So, what is tendonitis? A tendon is what connects a muscle to bone. For instance, the Achilles tendon connects the calf muscles to the heel bone. And speaking of the Achilles, […]

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Berlyn

Gratitude: A Gift to Ourselves

For so many people all over the world, these are stressful times, exacerbated by isolation and social and traditional media. There are worries about catching a serious disease, or others getting sick, negative financial situations, whether present or possible, and political and social unrest. It’s natural to focus on threating things. The media tends to […]

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Understanding the Importance of Relationships in Recovery

Life is complex, and as human beings, we rely on others to learn and build our confidence and capacity to cope with changing situations. As a result, it stands to reason that the challenges of life are best faced when we surround ourselves with others who demonstrate healthy behaviors. For the recovering addict, this means […]

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Warners

Christmas: From Our Families to Yours

This year has been a hard one for family gatherings. For several months we’ve been limiting big get-togethers out of concern over the coronavirus pandemic. It’s likely that COVID-19 will be impacting your Thanksgiving and Christmas this year, too. With lots of families foregoing travel and staying put for the holidays, it’s time to capture […]

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Pasterz

What Small Businesses Can Do During Challenging Times

As new government relief programs appear to have been put on hold, businesses continue to adapt their operations, and many are finding effective ways to overcome their greatest hurdles. According to the latest results of a longitudinal study from Northern Arizona University’s Economic Policy Institute, the Coconino County and Sedona Business Leaders Survey shows the […]

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Why Communication is Essential in the Real Estate Process

We’ve all heard the saying, “No news is good news,” right? Well, not necessarily in the real estate process. While not hearing anything could be deemed as everything is moving along smoothly, it could also mean there are critical dates and deadlines being missed. There should be one person at the helm of the entire […]

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Askari

Why It’s Important to Listen to Your Feet

One in every 10 people have it. More than seven million have it and don’t know it. It affects every major system of the body. What is it?  Diabetes. More than 30 million Americans are living with diabetes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It is the number one cause of […]

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Bicknell

CASA Celebrates 35 Years of Changing Children’s Lives

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) have been standing up for children in Arizona’s foster care system for 35 years. CASA of Arizona volunteers are everyday people who get to know the kids they are appointed to, talk with everyone involved in the case, and help judges identify the best outcome for the child. More than […]

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Peters

Did You Know This About Dementia?

Dementia is a medical condition that can be caused by a number of things. Today, with the isolation we are living in, we have more time to notice problems with memory, thinking and behavior. Depression affects memory and thinking. Forgetfulness and mild confusion can be seen in both dementia and depression. When we experience these […]

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