(Family Features) Despite the many benefits of having information at your fingertips, smartphones and tablets can do damage to your body and overall health in unexpected ways.
(Family Features) When you throw open the windows to welcome spring breezes, you’ll likely be spending more time with the garage door open, too. Make access to all your outdoor equipment safer with these tips to ready your garage for spring.
(NewsUSA) - Although home may be where the heart is, for older people, it may not be where they are able to stay.
(BPT) - Getting children to brush their teeth can be challenging. No parent wants to struggle with a child every morning and night to ensure he or she develops good dental habits and a healthy smile. As a father of two young children, NASCAR Cup Series champion Jeff Gordon understands the challenges that parents and caregivers have in getting kids to routinely practice good dental health habits.
(BPT) - With 28 million small businesses employing half of the country’s population, small businesses form the backbone of our nation’s economy. The U.S. Census Bureau reports that since 1995, small businesses have been responsible for more than 65 percent of all new American jobs.
On Wednesday, Feb. 18 at 3:49 p.m., Northwest Fire District crews were dispatched to an area on the frontage road just sound of Twin Peaks and Eastbound I-10 in reports to a vehicle rollover.
(NewsUSA) - Participating in sports may be a rite of passage for kids, but it's up to parents to recognize, manage and -- yes -- prevent sports-related health conditions and injuries like concussions. One way to help do just that: an evaluation by a doctor of chiropractic, says Stephanie Mills, the recently crowned Ms. America 2014 and herself a chiropractor. To learn more, visit www.F4CP.org/findadoctor.
A domestic violence suspect is dead after a man drew a weapon on a Marana Police Officer early morning of Monday, Feb. 16.
Pima County Sheriff's Department reported Monday morning that an 18-year-old involved in a single car accident had died. The driver, identified as Mario Mendez, sustained life-threatening injuries in a single car accident on Sunday evening.
CNN: "60 Minutes" correspondent Bob Simon, who covered both the Vietnam and Gulf Wars, died Wednesday in a car accident in New York, CBS News reported. He was 73.
(NAPSI)—It’s safe to say that in most cases, safety is, well, no accident. When everyone from individuals to major corporations takes proper precautions, the nearly 30 million injuries the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports come to emergency rooms every year could be greatly reduced.
Around 11:55 a.m. Northwest Fire District crews responded to a motor vehicle accident at West El Camino Del Cerro west of Interstate 10.
Northwest Fire units dealt with two separate mobile home fires over the past several days.
CNN: Two students were wounded in a shooting at a high school in Frederick, Maryland, on Wednesday. The shooter(s) are still at large, said police spokesman Capt. Richard Hetherington. The shots were fired outside the gymnasium building, while a basketball game was being played inside.
(NAPSI)—If you’re like most people, you’ve noticed differences in the way your mind works over time. The good news is that understanding the potential threats to brain health can help you make smart choices to strengthen mental alertness.
On Monday at approximately 10:53 AM, deputies with Sheriff’s Foothills District responded to the report of a collision at the intersection of La Cholla Boulevard and Rudasill Road. Upon arrival, they found three vehicles were involved in the crash.
USA Today: Six people were killed Tuesday evening after a commuter train hit a Jeep just north of the train station. At least 12 others were said to be injured in the crash.
Scald injuries are painful and require prolonged treatment. They may result in lifelong scarring and even death. Prevention of scalds is always preferable to treatment and can be accomplished through simple changes in behavior and the home environment.
A one-of-a-kind neurological medical practice is up and running in the Catalina Foothills.
Marana lineman Christian Lopez has verbally committed to become a preferred walk-on at the University of Arizona. The 6-3, 255 pounder will join the Wildcat program sometime next fall.
(NAPSI)—It’s a cold, hard fact: Icy roads are dangerous for even the most experienced driver, and even in dry weather, multicar pileups have closed interstates.
The Marana Police Department will be conducting DUI Saturation Patrols in conjunction with the Southern Arizona DUI Task Force throughout the Super Bowl Weekend.
(BPT) - Each year, injuries send 9 million American children to emergency rooms, according to Safe Kids Worldwide. Accidental injury is the leading cause of childhood death in the U.S., and while it’s impossible to shield children from all of life’s risks, parents can improve home safety by taking five important steps:
Needles. You either love them or hate them.