There are a growing number of travelers who are fed up with the crowds that are visiting the more popular destinations and so they turn to seeking destinations where fewer are going.
The discovery of rabid foxes and coyotes near Young has prompted the Gila County Health Department to issue a warning and ask people to report abnormal wildlife behavior in the Young and Pleasant Valley areas.
OB GYN Frank Waechter, M.D., has joined the medical staff of Payson Regional Medical Center after relocating from Livingston, Texas where he has practiced as an OB/GYN since 2005. Previously, he worked in Nebraska — near his hometown.
Most people older than 65 have high blood pressure, but this group also has the least success in controlling the condition, Dr. Jennifer Dumbolton told members of the Payson Regional Medical Center’s Senior Circle at a Lunch & Learn program April 24. Some 50 million people have high blood pressure, which increases the risk of strokes and heart attacks.
Classic sweet treats like pound cake are delicious on their own – and with a few simple ingredients, they can be dressed up to make any day more special. These recipes highlight the classic, homemade taste of Sara Lee Pound Cake.
The family vacation has become an American ritual — one that has been around as long as I can remember. In this article we will discuss vacations that the entire family will enjoy regardless of age.
I have vitiligo, and it keeps spreading over my body. My father had it on his legs. I’m an older lady of brown complexion. This vitiligo is so embarrassing. I wear slacks every day, except to church. Do you know of any cover-ups for it?
Rim seniors, their families and caregivers can learn about the many resources available at the Senior Connections Conference next week. The deadline to register for the free program is Friday, May 3. Call (520) 836-2758 or 1-(800)-293-9393.
Tonto Creek rushes past my perch in the granite/gneiss heart of the canyon below Bear Flat. Lobo lies on the grassy bank alongside me, having returned from his initial reconnaissance to resume his fitful study of the mystery of human motivation.
Sitting on the shore of Roosevelt Lake listening to the gentle lapping of the water as a soft dawn spread over the distant mountains, I pondered the comfort it gave me to sit here in a half-crazed world. We human beings can’t seem to withdraw ourselves from the hectic cycle of life. We’re so trapped in our daily routines, commitments and tasks that we forget how to simply be — exist and enjoy the world. So a short rest from “doing” can make all the difference when life seems to pile up around us.
The Sunset Jazz and Wine Auction is quickly approaching. This fun-filled event will feature several activities, including a raffle. Raffle tickets are $10 each, six for $50 or 12 for $100, and you need not be present to win.
Some of us that travel are not satisfied with a stay-put vacation. Many want to rent a room at a hotel perhaps on a beach and sit, sun and relax for a week or two.
When visiting my sister-in-love in Caracas, Venezuela, we decided to get up early and go for a walk. Since she lived very close to her job at the International School, she introduced me to the walking path she frequents daily.
Starting the day right with a good breakfast helps set the tone for your day. In fact, studies show that kids who eat breakfast have better scores on math, reading and standardized tests; are better able to pay attention; and have fewer absences and incidences of tardiness, compared to breakfast skippers.
Every now and then, my eyelid twitches. I don’t think it’s due to me being tired, because it can happen when I am wide awake in the morning. And I don’t think it’s due to stress — I love my work. Furthermore, I don’t drink any caffeinated beverages. What do you think is the significance of this?