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We all know that it is better to be healthy than to be unhealthy, to eat well as opposed to poorly and to be physically active versus being sedentary. Most of us know that a healthy diet and exercise can help to prevent some of the most common causes of death in the United States, including …

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SIERRA VISTA — The city of Sierra Vista’s Arts & Humanities mural project, containing local artwork and symbolism of the surrounding area, has resumed construction after a three-year hiatus.

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When it comes to helping individuals feel better, move better, recover from injury or ease chronic mobility issues, physical therapists play an integral role.

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PHOENIX — As the number of Arizonans who have contracted COVID-19 has raced past 100,000, testing for the novel coronavirus that causes the respiratory disease has become a priority. Some of that testing now is being done through saliva, a process that’s easier and less expensive.

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When we exercise, the levels of thousands of substances in our bloodstream rise and drop, according to an eye-opening new study of the immediate, interior effects of working out. The study is the most comprehensive cataloging to date of the molecular changes that occur during and after exerc…

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Whether you are hunched over a laptop in a makeshift workspace or slouched on the couch binge-watching TV, you know — and can feel — that sitting for long periods can sabotage your health. From head to toe, these simple exercises can provide relief, restore muscle function and improve posture.

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As she looked at the Disney characters decorating the walls of the San Carlos Apache Healthcare Dental Clinic and at the smiling, laughing children watching dental health demonstrations, Suzanne Haney thought back to what a trip to the dentist used to be.

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It seems you cannot turn on a television in this crazy COVID-19 time without hearing concern about stress, and lots of advice on how to handle it. They tell you to binge-watch your favorite television series, have a marathon with Netflix, meditate, do yoga, drown yourself in arts & craft…

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BISBEE — Bisbee residents will have a new outdoor exercise court which touts a seven–minute, full–body workout at Higgins Park in Old Bisbee at no cost to the city.

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The Autism Society of Southern Arizona will host the 14th Annual Autism Walk & Resource Fair on Saturday, April 4, in Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium at Kino Park Sports Complex, 2500 E. Ajo Way, Tucson, Arizona. Registration is at 7:30 a.m. and the Walk and Resource Fair is from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

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Due to the recent state and federal guidelines regarding the COVID-19 virus, the City of Sierra Vista has canceled all events that consist of 50 or more people and revoked all special event permits for the next 8 weeks. The City of Sierra Vista has notified us that this includes the Sierra V…

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At the Sierra Vista Farmers Market we are ready for the warmer weather. January and February are often challenging months at our year-round market. But thanks to our hearty customers and vendors we made it through the cold, wet, windy months and spring is just around the corner. Starting in …

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The Autism Society of Southern Arizona will host the 14th Annual Autism Walk & Resource Fair on Saturday, April 4, in Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium at Kino Park Sports Complex, 2500 E. Ajo Way, Tucson, Arizona. Registration is at 7:30 a.m. and the Walk and Resource Fair is from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

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This week the market weather forecast calls for a balmy day with lots of sunshine. If you need a few minutes to stretch your legs in the middle of the week, come-on out and grab a bite for lunch at one of our food vendors. Our new location in the Veteran’s Memorial Park provides plenty of ac…