Membership in our Senior Circle chapter will help you get more out of life through health talks, benefits at Payson Regional Medical Center and local vendors and many more valuable member-only discounts and privileges. You will also experience fun and fellowship enjoying a full calendar of social events and travel opportunities.
Payson Unified School District and The Coordinated School Health Advisory Council will host the second annual Student Health Fair, designed especially for K-12 students and their families.
You missed a lot if you missed the 16th annual Women’s Wellness Forum.
There is really only one thing someone diabetes cannot do — use tobacco. According to John Hancock, a registered nurse and the area’s only certified diabetes educator, the old models of telling newly diagnosed diabetics what they can’t have are a thing of the past.
The Healthy Foodie
Ever find yourself serving the same side of veggies week after week after week?
The Payson Alzheimer’s Group, the Payson Senior Center and Rim Country Health are conducting a survey to gauge the interest within the community in establishing an adult day care service.
The Payson High School prom is Saturday, April 26. Prom is a special event for most teens, maybe even a rite of passage.
Friday, April 4: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., main lobby, Payson Regional Medical Center – MHA Auxiliary Arts, Crafts and Bake Sale with baby items, scarves, catnip toys, dishcloths, jewelry and much more.
The practice of tai chi is thousands of years old, having evolved from a martial art into medicinal and meditative uses.
The idea of home health care is simple. People who have a condition that requires home health care such as diabetes, heart failure, cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, hypertension or cardiovascular disease can receive skilled care in the privacy of their homes.
I am scheduled for surgery and my expected hospital stay is at least three days. I take daily prescription medication. Can I bring them with me to take during my stay?
The lack of sleep can lead to all kinds of problems — from short tempers to brain fog to stress to actual health issues. So, to address these problems and present ways to solve them, the sponsors of the annual Women’s Wellness Forum are making sleep the focus of the event Saturday, March 29.
People who live in rural areas suffer a significantly greater risk that they’ll die from an accident — even from something as simple as a fall.
The Healthy Foodie
Every cook needs a reliable partner in the kitchen — a helpmate that can take the heat without panicking.
The Lunch & Learn Wednesday, April 2, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. will feature Allergies with Dr. Jennifer Dumbolton.