Peralta Scores Five Runs as Softball Sweeps GateWay
(BPT) - Adults are not typically affected by daylight saving time, but the change can turn an infant’s world upside-down. Many parents worry that springing ahead just one hour will cause chaos to their little one’s sleep routine.
(BPT) - Want to give your family a jump-start on good nutrition? By introducing your children to a nourishing, whole-food diet at a very young age, you can teach them to prefer the taste of real foods over more processed ones. This lays the foundation for healthy eating habits later in life.
Several former Northwest prep standouts had very impressive performances over the weekend for Pima College, including golf, baseball, softball and women’s basketball.
Saguaro National Park, Tucson Mountain District and Rincon Mountain District Offer Wildflower Walks at Mini BioBlitz
(Family Features) Marriage is a milestone in life; yet, many enter into the next phase without asking their spouse some vital questions about money. If you are among the soon-to-be wed, consider starting a conversation using the questions below. Couples who plan their expenses ahead of time are more likely to enjoy their earnings, and less likely to need credit repair intervention.
(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) Want to get the best out of your lawn this year? Implement these simple hacks to keep your lawn green and growing, your equipment up and running, and your yard looking great:
(Family Features) Life gets busy and clutter has a way of sneaking up on everyone. It may be all those shoes, the lack of space or the fact that you have absolutely no time – there are many reasons for the mess. But, whether you’re a single person living in an apartment or have a large family in a sprawling house, everyone can benefit from more organization. By simply thinking about storage differently and coming up with a smart organizational system that works for you, you’ll be on the way to creating a well-balanced, happier home.
BEER WITH THE BARD
(NAPSI)—There is new hope for the nearly five million Americans suffering from emphysema, an advanced form of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). A clinical trial is under way studying a new, minimally invasive procedure that may help them breathe easier without surgery.
UPDATE: Four days after her escape, Laura Rios, was captured by Pima Country Sheriff's Department detectives in their Fugitive Investigative Strike Team (FIST) on Feb. 19 around 12:45 p.m.
(StatePoint) Now is a great time to take stock of your lawn equipment, and assess whether your gear can withstand another season of wear and tear. If you’ve determined it’s time to replace your toolshed’s most valuable player -- your lawn mower -- get informed so you can make a savvy decision, as mower technology has changed a lot in the last several years.
February is Heart Health Month so let’s take advantage of the fabulous southern Arizona weather, and get moving! Regardless of your age or athletic ability, there are things that you can do to build exercise into your daily routine. Here are a few suggestions that may help you to keep your heart healthy.
King makes his picks
Several years ago I wrote a letter to the editor in the Explorer about the need to be cautious when walking around the town. I was comparing my second-favorite community (Monterey, CA) to Oro Valley, AZ. And while they are vastly different in geography they both share a common problem. My original correspondence discussed the problem with the seagulls in Monterey. They are a messy bird that flitters around the town dropping unflattering reminders of their presence. We have our own form of seagull here in Oro Valley and it has been recently joined by another bird of similar “feather”. And based on recent events in Oro Valley, these “birds of a feather do flock together”. The newer variety is the Sun City Parrett. It too squawks from time to time and leaves messes where ever it goes. Beware where you walk my fellow “Oro Valleyans”. You may step in something that is unbecoming.
(NewsUSA) - Northern California native June Auld, 76, leads a very full life. Aside from her day job as a mental health professional, she can be found, with her husband, Glenn, cooking for the homeless, providing foster care to guide dogs or taking walks around their neighborhood.
Ayala Has 2 RBIs and 2 Runs Scored as Softball Sweeps Glendale
Al Jazeera: Sister Helen Prejean, a Roman Catholic nun whose autobiographical account of her relationship with a prisoner inspired the 1995 blockbuster film “Dead Man Walking," is trying to save a black Texas death row inmate from what she calls the “incurable racism” of the U.S. legal system.
(Family Features) Each day offers new opportunities to make choices that impact your health and overall wellness. Though hectic schedules can cause many of us to let healthy habits fall to the wayside, it is important that we give our bodies the attention and care they deserve.
Mature Couple On Country Walk
(BPT) - Returning to school later in life is a decision that requires careful thinking. As an adult, you must consider many factors before signing up for a second – or first – round of post-secondary education. Many students who chose to go straight to college in their late teens or even early 20s had fewer responsibilities at the time, but as an adult you may have a family, a full-time job or even student loan debt from your previous degree to consider.
(BPT) - Did your grandmother age gracefully? She might have thought growing older with poise meant accepting age-related changes in her skin and overall health, or that costly cosmetic surgery was the only way to look her best as she grew older. Today, better health knowledge and leading-edge products have revolutionized the concept of what it means to age gracefully.