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Are Veterinarians Real Doctors?

I love being a veterinarian. With my combined interest in science, medicine and animals, becoming a veterinarian seemed a natural career choice. Veterinary medicine is challenging, exciting, and rewarding. It is sometimes wondrous, such as when I am helping to bring new animal lives into the world. Sometimes, being a vet is draining, such as […]

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What is Up with Testosterone?

It’s no longer a secret that an adult man’s testosterone levels decline with age. This natural process, called male menopause or andropause, has gotten recent press with the advent of erectile dysfunction drugs like Viagra and Proscar. The billions of dollars these drugs have generated for pharmaceutical companies demonstrates that men are clearly looking for […]

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Increasing Wellness with Acupuncture

 Asian medicine has flourished in China for over 4,000 years. Acupuncture, herbs, moxabustion (heat therapy), cupping and massage are employed to encourage, maintain and improve good health. Traditional Asian medicine is a complete natural medical system that is used to diagnose and treat illness, prevent disease and improve well-being. It is effective in treating many […]

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Commercial Real Estate

I’m sure that all of you readers can’t wait for me to go off on my monthly tangents and voice my personal opinions, but every once in a while, I need to supply you loyal readers with some Commercial Real Estate facts, so here you go.           Absorption: The square feet […]

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City Celebrating Diversity During Centennial Year

February, and specifically, Feb. 14, the State of Arizona celebrates its 100th birthday! I’m proud to say that the City of Flagstaff has played a significant role in this celebration by showcasing our rich heritage, growth and culture these past 100 years. As part of the Centennial, the state, along with the Arizona Historical Advisory […]

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Trends in Veterinary Medicine for 2012

Over the past 20 years, there have been tremendous changes in veterinary medicine. Advances in science and technology have enabled us to treat our animal patients with the same quality of medical care as humans. Many diagnostic tools we now take for granted simply weren’t available in the past: Ultrasound, in-house labs that allow us […]

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The Economic Impact of Cleaner Clothes

If your 2012 out-with-the-old-and-in-with-the-new makeover is still in progress, consider doing a bit of housecleaning in the Worn Out Convictions Department as well. According to Cambridge University Economist Ha-Joon Chang, a lot of accepted wisdom about the way the world works – economically speaking – is desperately in need of updating. Does anyone still think […]

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