Recognized Valleywide as the premier eye care practice in Phoenix, Arizona’s Vision has a new, completely remodeled look and feel and has added an exclusive new procedure to its full complement of services. The clinic’s comprehensive eye care services—including basic checkups, corrective procedures, a wide selection of eyewear and contact lenses and even nutritional testing and counseling—are now offered in a more efficient, state of the art facility.
During the last 50 years, the average person’s health has been significantly challenged and weakened due to unhealthy food choices, poor food quality, depleted soils, antibiotics, GMOs, NSAIDs, and altered gut bacteria. Many are completely unaware that leaky gut is the root cause of their health problems.
Holiday decorations in the U.S. are often symmetrical: Two candles on either side of the mantel, a round wreath in the center of the door, a centerpiece with matching sprigs of holly and pine on each side.
All Arizona children deserve consistency, quality and experience in the classroom. As a state, we need effective policies and sufficient funding to attract, retain and develop high-quality educators for every student.
When Scott Keppel got the news that his wife was diagnosed with breast cancer, his response was, “I’m just going to work, you let me know if you need anything,” but it’s what he went to work on that has brought a smile to his wife and many other women going through cancer.
Ahwatukee real estate agent and longtime chamber member Christie Ellis was named 2014’s Business Woman of the Year at the Ahwatukee Foothills Chamber of Commerce’s Fifth Annual Palo Verde Women in Business Gala on Saturday, Oct. 25.
Babe Sarver, who with Production Manager Arlene Sarver, owns and operates Babe’s Photos, a portrait and commercial photography studio, successfully completed the requirements required to maintain his Certified Professional Photographers (CPP) designation under the guidelines established by the National Institute of Credentialing Excellence.
No day is the same for Dr. Forrest “Dell” Moore, the head of the trauma program at Chandler Regional Hospital and Ahwatukee Foothills resident, but even with the stress of caring for any number of patients with any number of injuries, this is something he has planned for years.
How would you like to have more energy? Sounds like a dream, right? It’s possible to make that dream come true if you’re willing to make a few dietary changes. It helps to understand the foods that naturally give your body more energy and which foods drain your energy.
Between visits with human patients, care taking for animal patients, and days of travel and research in the Galapagos it’s difficult to pin down exactly what it is Ahwatukee Foothills resident Dianne DeNardo does for a living.