Payson Regional Medical Center (PRMC) has successfully obtained Level IV Trauma Center designation by the Arizona Department of Health Services, Chris Wolf, chief executive officer of PRMC has announced.
Sanja Long watched a steady flow of visitors stream through the doors of Julia Randall Elementary on Saturday morning.
Imaging, self-exams still best defense for breast cancer
Despite conflicting reports, women should get annual mammograms over the age of 40 and conduct monthly self-exams at any age, according to a local doctor.
For the first time ever, Payson will host a 5K at Green Valley Park on Saturday, Nov. 2 for the Girls on the Run (GOTR) program.
Every year the American Massage Therapy Association sponsors National Massage Therapy Awareness Week. This year the week falls from Oct. 20 to the 26.
Doug Mock is a man’s man — military career, Special Ops Unit, Purple Heart recipient, hunter, fisherman and adventure seeker. And, like a lot of men, he may have ignored the signs of a potential stroke.
Critics make last-ditch effort to kill or delay offer of health insurance for 32 million Americans
The debate about health care reforms remains as schizophrenic as ever as Arizonans get their first look at how much it will cost to extend health insurance to an estimated 1 million residents.
The often-bitter debate about whether to expand the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) with federal funds turns in part on dueling studies on death rates among patients.
We have all heard the advertisements — “If you had the chickenpox, you also have the shingles virus” — and then the subsequent advice to get a vaccine.
I suffer from premature auricular contractions. I have seen a couple of doctors about it, but none seems to consider them worth discussing. I was told I didn’t need to do anything. I wasn’t given any medicines. Does this deserve more attention?
More expensive than dentures, but dentist says implants offer permanent solution
Waiting to replace teeth changes our faces as the bones that anchor them deteriorate.
I am celebrating my 75th birthday in two months. Up to now, I have had mammograms every year, sometimes every two years. Can I stop?
August, the month with the royal name, is not very royal at all. It’s lazy and laid-back, time to sit on the front porch (if you have one) or on the patio, sipping lemonade, savoring the garden harvests, or stretching out in the hammock with a good book.
Medicare covers a variety of heath care services that you can receive in the comfort and privacy of your home.
For Medicare patients, getting a “physical” requires running a paperwork maze — mostly because it is not an actual physical.