Summer is a time of playground fun, swimming, boating, biking, camping and other outdoor activities. Unfortunately, these activities can lead to a higher risk of injuries.
With the return of warmer weather and longer days, it’s good to remember that temperatures aren’t the only thing on the rise. Skin cancer rates continue to increase and cause more deaths each year, with one in five Americans expected to develop skin cancer in a lifetime. (1)
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This past weekend, while wandering around Pine covering the Summer Festival and craft fair for the paper, I ran across the new tasting room for Trident Winery.
For many families, some of the most anticipated summertime activities happen around the pool. But before you dive into the fun, be sure you and your family know the many ways to practice pool safety.
The Arizona Division of Occupational Safety and Health reminds Arizona employers and workers of the hazards associated with working outdoors in high temperatures.
If chest pain takes you to the Payson Regional Medical Center emergency department, be assured your care meets special standards. The Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care recently gave “Chest Pain Accreditation” to the PRMC emergency department.
Are you one of the millions of Americans that now have health insurance under the Affordable Care Act — more commonly, Obamacare? Are you asking yourself what now?
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My grandma loved cooking Czech food — kolaches, pork chops, and potatoes of all kinds, but the dish that takes me back to being with her has to be sweet and sour cabbage with dumplings.
An open invitation to the community has been issued to join members of the Payson Regional Medical Center Senior Circle on a Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad trip in July.
The popular Senior Connections Conference returns to Rim Country Friday, June 12. Sponsored by the Pinal-Gila Council for Senior Citizens, the event is from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Mazatzal Hotel & Casino Event Center.
Health benefits are tough to come by at small businesses, according to a new report from the Kaiser Family Foundation.
Senior Circle is located at 215 N. Beeline Highway. Call (928) 472-9290 for program information and to make reservations for the Lunch & Learn and Member Lunch programs.
The Rim Country Health rehab department has a new manager. It’s a familiar face though.
Rim Country Health is enjoying a growth spurt. It is expanding its rehab staff and facilities — largely fueled by the growing number of outpatient clients seeking its myofascial release therapy.
Eventually, most people who have Alzheimer’s need outside care. Consider the options, from respite care and adult day services to assisted living and nursing home care.