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(NAPSI)—While strokes are a leading cause of death and disability in adults in the United States, there are ways to reduce your risk of having one.
Canyon Del Oro High School senior Bridget Doucet finished her final season in cross country on top of the podium, winning the Division II State Championship. However, for any other runner, it may have been just the final race of her high school career, but for Doucet it capped off a marathon of not only becoming the best in her favorite sport, but also in defeating a yearlong battle against anorexia.
Malnutrition may play a role in a decline in bee colonies that has fueled headlines and public concern, according to experts at the Carl Hayden Bee Research Center.
(BPT) - The holidays are here and for most people this is a busy and celebratory time. It’s a chance to reconnect with old friends and family you may not see the rest of the year, celebrate the season, exchange gifts, and share stories over dinner or dessert.
Jessica Gray, owner of Wild Hearts Rescue Ranch, spends most of her time caring for abused and neglected horses. It is a commitment of care that has daily ups and downs, but one that she wouldn’t trade for the world.
(BPT) - It’s that time of year to recognize the important people in your life. From Mother’s Day and Father’s Day to weddings and graduations, there are plenty of reasons to celebrate your loved ones. But this year, don’t fall into the trap of giving generic cards and gifts that are often discarded. It’s easier than ever to create a special present that comes from the heart, for any occasion.
Everybody wants to be in shape for bathing suit season, but all those fun seasonal activities -- from barbecues to vacations to baseball games -- can derail a diet.
On July 21, 2013 around 12:15 p.m., Pima County Sheriff's Department deputies responded to the 15200 block of South Lovell Road referencing the report of three penned horses that were possibly starving.
(StatePoint) Everybody wants to be in shape for bathing suit season, but all those fun seasonal activities -- from barbecues to vacations to baseball games -- can derail a diet.
When it comes to marriage – let’s face it, it’s hard. Keeping a relationship, working as a partner and promising to spend the rest of your life with another person is a tough task that many today can’t always achieve. Does that mean they are failures? I would say no. Sometimes it just doesn’t work out.
Water water everywhere. Good monsoons this summer and the good news is - with all the free water from the sky, you can reduce your use of expensive water out of pipes. The bad news is - with all the free water from the sky, the weeds abound.
Five years ago, when our nation was hit with a recession, families, businesses and governing bodies were making difficult decisions on how to best manage resources. The recession forced many Americans to limit spending and make cuts. Similarly, the Town of Oro Valley was tasked with providing outstanding services with limited resources. While the scope and quality of government services varies across the country, Oro Valley has four major areas of focus: public safety, roads, water and parks and recreation. These particular services are vital to the success of our community, and it is our responsibility to deliver these services at an exceptional level.
The new film The Kings of Summer offers a fairly run-of-the-mill ‘coming of age’ plot, but its intelligent, witty dialogue and eccentric characters make it a very enjoyable summertime movie experience; especially if you are looking for cinema entertainment beyond the current crop of superheroes and car crashes.
Six 7-week-old puppies were dumped with no food, no water and left for dead
Some Republicans in the Arizona House of Representatives insist on wasting time on extremist legislation that promotes an ideological agenda focused on undermining the federal government instead of working on what matters most to Arizonans – creating jobs and improving education.
Thanks to the help from the community, area resident El Ndoye was able to raise more than $7,000 for the organization, The Forgotten Children of Sénégal.
Politicians work for us
It has been said that the only thing necessary for the persistence of evil is for good people to do nothing. Nowhere is this truer than in North Korea, a repressive police state that mercilessly tortures its citizens and routinely threatens its neighbors – and the United States – with war. Clearly, it is in our interest to see democratic reform in Pyongyang, both for our own safety and for the well-being of North Korean citizens themselves. But change won’t happen overnight – which is why we must plant the seeds of freedom and human rights now that can one day lead to a more democratic regime less prone to lashing out at the free world.
Sunday tickets good for Thursday’s game at Kino
Easter Bunny coming to Tucson malls
Thanks to the work of Oro Valley banker El Ndoye, residents in Tucson’s northwest region are becoming more aware of the more than 100,000 children struggling to survive in his homeland of Senegal in Africa.
Holiday parties are nearing. How often will you hear people say, “I starved myself all day so I could splurge at dinner tonight”? Will you be one of them?