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?
These are just a few of the many wonderful pets available for adoption at the Humane Society of Central Arizona, located at 602 W. Wilson Court.
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.
During these hot, wet days of the summer monsoon, the animals and staff of the Humane Society of Central Arizona (HSCAZ) thank Rim Country residents for their warm, dry, safe new home.
I stand somber on the shore, listening to the laughter of ghosts.
Does your pet turn into a scaredy dog during thunderstorms? If so, he’s certainly not alone. Thunderstorm anxiety affects many dogs and can often increase as they age.
Rim residents interested in applying to own a Payson Area Habitat for Humanity home are asked to attend a series of workshops that start this week.
“But now in Christ Jesus you, who at one time were far off, have become near by the blood of the Christ. For He himself is our peace ...” Ephesians 2:13.
Each one of us has different expectations in what we desire in a vacation.
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?
It’s 1:30 in the morning on a remote ridgetop above the Mogollon Rim, deep in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest.
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.
The Humane Society of Central Arizona is very pleased to be partnering with the Mobile Animal Surgical Hospital (M.A.S.H.) to provide low-cost spay/neuter, vaccines and microchips to cats and dogs in the Rim Country.
For Medicare patients, getting a “physical” requires running a paperwork maze — mostly because it is not an actual physical.