(NewsUSA) - Sponsored News - Blame it on kids who can download music from iTunes with a swipe of a finger. Or point to a sluggish economy. Maybe it's the fact that society as a whole, while still in love with music, would rather watch TV than gather around a piano.
(NewsUSA) - Sponsored News - More than 100 million U.S. adults suffer from chronic pain, with one of the most common conditions -- Myofascial Pain -- affecting the muscles and tissues all over the body. The cost to both sufferers and the economy? Massive. Which helps explain why so many experts are now talking chiropractic care.
(BPT) - Eating is often a challenge for people with pancreatic cancer because they are living with ongoing symptoms from their cancer, or from surgery or other treatments. The normal functions of the pancreas, which include help with digestion and blood sugar control, may be further affected. These factors often impact the ability to digest foods normally, maintain good nutrition, and follow a healthy meal plan. Treatment, as well as the disease, may also affect and change your sense of taste.
(BPT) - Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching, and for many men, the pressure is on to book the perfect, romantic dates and make sure the chocolates and flowers are ordered on time. While trying to create the perfect Valentine’s Day for their special someone, it’s easy for guys to forget about looking the part, too.
(BPT) - Soft sand warms the soles of your feet and the smell of sweet flowers fill the air. The salty mist of the ocean kisses your cheeks while the laughter of friends and family brings joy to the heart. This isn’t just an amazing vacation for your loved ones, it’s your wedding day.
(BPT) - Todos buscamos amor, y muchas personas están haciéndolo por Internet. ¡Las cifras lo evidencian! Según StatisticBrain, cerca de cincuenta millones de estadounidenses han tratado de hacer conquistas en línea. Además, un veinte por ciento de las relaciones amorosas actualmente exitosas comenzaron en Internet. Las conquistas en línea se aceptan ampliamente como una forma idónea de conocer a alguien, pero si no es precavido, podrían robarle algo más que el corazón en ese romance electrónico.
For years, Arizona hasn’t complied with the REAL ID Act of 2005, which was passed by the federal government to standardize state IDs across the country following the 9/11 attacks. People eventually will need a REAL ID to travel by commercial airplane or enter a federal building.
In Marana, we strive to create a sense of place. Our residents have chosen to make this community their home for many reasons. The outstanding public schools, the beautiful open spaces with majestic mountain views, the strong commitment to public service embodied by every employee of the town’s government, from the water department to police: all of these facets of Marana make this town an ideal community to put down roots.
It’s February already. Are those New Year’s resolutions not quite working out the way you thought? After a month or two, many of our good intentions have fallen by the wayside and our healthy changes are forgotten. Whether that is the case with you or not, it’s never too late to start making positive changes to your lifestyle.
The Marana Chamber of Commerce has come out in favor of Proposition 123, the Educational Finance Amendment. Chamber President and CEO Ed Stollmaker, on behalf of the chamber board of directors, sent out a statement for their support of the proposition.
(BPT) - Everyone’s looking for love, and many of them are doing it online – the numbers prove it! Nearly 50 million Americans have tried online dating, and 20 percent of current committed relationships began online, according to StatisticBrain. Online dating is now widely accepted as a great way to meet someone, but if you’re not careful, you may find more than your heart gets stolen in an online romance.
About eight miles east of I-10, just inside Pinal County, sits the Ironwood Pig Sanctuary, a non-profit pot bellied pig sanctuary. Over 500 pigs reside on just over 120 acres, and while they can be very cute, founder Mary Schanz is quick to point out that this is no feel good story.
(NewsUSA) - Sponsored News - It might not be as romantic as jewelry or chocolates, but could the best Valentine's Day present actually be to have a serious talk about finances with your spouse or significant other? According to Fidelity Investments' "Couples Retirement Study," nearly half of couples argue about money -- everything from bills to overspending -- and 25 percent say their spats are never resolved. "Never" being a word Cupid wouldn't like.
(BPT) - Many of us have a morning routine. However, millions of Americans say “good morning” a little differently. For individuals living with the incurable condition of hypothyroidism, their morning routine is likely to include taking medication at the same time before breakfast each morning, as prescribed by their doctor.
(BPT) - The terms wedding and money go hand in hand. The average wedding cost is now up to $31,213 according to theknot.com, and that’s not even including the honeymoon. Because of increasing costs, more and more couples are looking to plan a smaller, more intimate ceremony. While there’s no universal way to define a small wedding, it typically involves a limited gathering of family and close friends.
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(NAPSI)—If you are involved in one of the 7 million traffic crashes reported annually, you know that getting in a car accident can be extremely stressful and make you feel helpless. You numbly check that everyone on board is okay, your mind racing as you try to sort out what will get you safely back on the road.
(NAPSI)—If you’ve paid attention to the recent release of “Star Wars,” you’ve probably heard something about the backlash that toymaker Hasbro received from the omission of Rey in the first wave of action figures on shelf in time for the holidays. So disappointed were consumers, in fact, that #WheresRey was born. Even director J.J. Abrams piped in, calling it “preposterous.”
(NAPSI)—Shirley Goodman, a 60-year-old mother and grandmother from Jacksonville, Florida, recently experienced a “warning stroke” called a transient ischemic attack that was diagnosed through a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan. She has also suffered from heart problems for years. To address her heart condition, her doctor recommended an implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) to continuously monitor her heart rate and deliver an electrical shock to correct a life-threatening heart rhythm, if needed. Given her history, there was a high likelihood that she would need another MRI in the future.
(NAPSI)—Here’s something to sing about: The next time you get a sore throat, you can still make a joyful noise. That’s because you can not only get a great-tasting throat drop that soothes the irritation, you can express your talents and passion for music with the help of the lozenge’s maker.