Favorite Fillers: Dr. Kelly Collins talks hyaluronic acid-based fillers to achieve a more youthful visage

Favorite Fillers  Dr. Kelly Collins talks hyaluronic acid-based fillers to achieve a more youthful visage. I know in the past I’ve talked often about my go-to choices for hyaluronic-acid based fillers that I use on a daily basis in my practice. I thought it might be helpful to go over each one of the four Allergan fillers that fall into the Juvederm family again, and where on the body each one can be used w ...

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Share the love with these group craft projects

Season of Thanks Share the love with these group craft projects. By Shannon Fisher   A chill is in the air finally and there is much to be thankful for! Here are some crafts that can spread the love. I asked a group of my girls’ friends how they would show gratitude and love to others. They said painted rocks. They are easy to make and spread the love around. Start with a smooth rock found or purchased ...

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Kuma and family take a short drive to Waddell for a hike

Waterfall Canyon Trail  Kuma and family take a short drive to Waddell for a hike. Told by Kuma & Written by Lorraine Bossé-Smith   What a summer! My family and I enjoyed exploring this great state with our camper, finding cooler temps. Now that it’s fall, we can stay closer to home, and we decided to check out Waterfall Canyon, located in the White Tank Mountains Regional Park. It’s just off the 30 ...

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President Abraham Lincoln was not the first President to celebrate Thanksgiving; but he was the one that made it official

Season of Blessings  President Abraham Lincoln was not the first President to celebrate Thanksgiving; but he was the one that made it official. By Gerald A. Williams If, like me, your weekends this time of year revolve around college football, Thanksgiving weekend does offer up some good games. Although sadly, Nebraska vs. Oklahoma and Texas vs. Texas A&M, are now distant memories. This year’s Oklahoma ...

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The 2018 Sonata brings style to a stodgy segment

A Standout Sedan The 2018 Sonata brings style to a stodgy segment. By Becky Antioco It’s a humid, intermittently rainy day in Charleston, South Carolina, where I’m about to drive the new Hyundai Sonata. The name may be familiar, but it’s got a little more to offer. Sonata has been sold in the United States for nearly 30 years, debuting for the 1989 model year, and currently has the highest name recognition ...

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Echo Sushi: Local Asian restaurant offers a culinary twist on sushi

Echo Sushi  Local Asian restaurant offers a culinary twist on sushi. By Andrew Leach A few doors over from Albertsons in the shopping center on the corner of North Valley Parkway and the Carefree Highway is Echo Sushi, one of the North Valley’s newest restaurants. The menu includes many items that you’d expect to find on a sushi menu, as well as a few dishes that have a creative Asian twist. The first thing ...

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Local author Kerrie Droban chats about her latest book

True Crime  Local author Kerrie Droban chats about her latest book. As promised, 85086 author, lawyer, and true crime expert Kerrie Droban was generous enough to answer a few questions for us. If you haven’t read her book, The Last Chicago Boss: My Life with the Chicago Outlaws Motorcycle Club (written with Pete “Big Pete” James), you should definitely do so! Q: Liked the book so much! Are you still in touc ...

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Anthem veteran helps the homeless by providing meals, clothing, and hope

Pay it Forward  Anthem veteran helps the homeless by providing meals, clothing, and hope. By Sondra Barr Photo by Shannon Fisher Photography Jeff Kistler is no stranger to the sight of homelessness and desperation. During his 22 years in the Air Force, he’s been in war zones filled with human misery. Since leaving the military, the Anthem resident has spent the last seven years trying to ease the suffering ...

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Health Literacy Month: Understanding health information is an essential component to your overall wellbeing

Health Literacy Month   Understanding and comprehending health information is an essential component to your overall wellbeing. By Zachary Lancaster and Tara Storjohann   Literacy is more than just Language! Q: “I just got back from the doctor as was told I have pre-diabetes and I need to watch my diet and start exercising. This is my first experience with a chronic medical condition. Where should I go ...

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Kuma embarks on a mountain adventure with some twists and turns

Higher Elevation  Kuma embarks on a mountain adventure with some twists and turns. Told by Kuma & Written by Lorraine Bossé-Smith   My dad pulled the camper up in front of the house again. Mom loaded up the frig, and off we went for another camping adventure. We apparently took the scenic route through Globe as we had never been there before. We would climb up, then back down, only to climb back up ...

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