Rim Review


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July 4th fun runs through Sunday

We like our long weekends. We especially like those long weekends tied to great celebrations.

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Vacation suggestions for late summer and fall

It’s hard to believe, but we are already into summer.

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Fire fatalities in Rim Country

It’s the last week of June which is historically the worst time for fires in Rim Country. 1961, 1968 and 1990 are amongst the years when significant fires occurred in the region.

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Getaway around Rim Country

The La Boutique Gift Shop, located in the main lobby of Payson Regional Medical Center, will have a special “Christmas in July” sale and all items will be reduced in price.

Good 2 Go

Experience a special evening and help two very special Rim Country organizations.

DASH to lower blood pressure

I was very interested in your column on the DASH diet. Is there a diet sheet listing all the items pertaining to this diet? How can I get one?

Pine Strawberry seniors offered food, family

Seniors — that’s anyone 50 and older these days — can find good food, fun and family at the Pine-Strawberry Community Center’s dining hall and thrift shop.

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Take advantage of your Medicare Window

What happens when you have been discharged from the hospital after a surgery or illness and find that you need additional care or recovery time?

Payson Care recognized by health care industry

Payson Care Center’s advanced wound therapy program has been receiving substantial recognition in Northern Arizona.

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Senior Circle offers education, fun, fellowship

Payson Regional Medical Center’s Senior Circle is one of the fastest growing groups in town.

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Elderly especially susceptible to the heat

Many people might choose a nice, hot day over a blustery, cold afternoon.

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Home health care simplified

The idea of home health care is simple.

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2014: The new Health Care Law and its impact

With Medicare and Medicaid spending projected to grow from less than 5 percent to near 10 percent of GDP (Gross Domestic Product) over the next 10 years, it’s realistic to expect some eventual changes to these programs.

Simple ways Medicare Part D can save money

The complexities of health care reform, an aging population and a higher incidence of chronic disease have created a growing need to help seniors enrolled in Medicare understand their benefits while managing health care expenditures.

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Keeping fit and having fun as we age

Regular physical activity at any age can help you live longer, feel better and reduce health problems.