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Spring is officially here in Arizona, and for many that means allergies. Instead of enjoying the sunny weather at spring training baseball games or hiking trails, you’re trying to keep your allergy symptoms at bay inside.

Allergies happen when your body reacts to harmless things in the environment as if they were a threat to your body. They can cause your immune system to overload and take a toll on your body. Some symptoms are classic...

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Spring is in the air, which means allergy season is upon us. While most folks are excited to be outside enjoying the sunshine and fresh air, you’re avoiding the outdoors so that you don’t have a sneeze attack or cause your eyes to become unbearably itchy and watery.

But have you wondered what is causing allergy symptoms this time of year? Spring season commonly throws most folks under the weather with tree pollen and grass, but...

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Happy Valentine's Day!

Are you ever curious about which love song is the greatest hit of your birth year? Here's your chance to find out!

Check out how made it to the top each here below: 

1950: "Please Send Me Someone to Love" - Percy Mayfield1951: "A Kiss to Build a Dream On" - Lousi Armstrong1952: "You Know I Love You" - B.B. King1953: "That's Amore" - Dean Martin1954: "Earth Angel (Will You Be Mine)" - The...

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We all know the importance of having fruits and vegetables in our daily diet, but what might not come to mind is learning about which produce have the most and least pesticides on them.

You may have heard of the Dirty Dozen and Clean 15, but did you know that the lists are updated each year? The Environmental Working Group rolls out an updated list every year to caution us consumers about the foods that we put in our body. After all,...

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We're a month into the New Year now. How are you sticking to those goals you made at the beginning of 2018? If you found yourself slipping back into old habits, don't be too hard on yourself. The start of any habit change has its moments of ups and downs, and it's easy to lose motivation when you don't see results right away.

Take a moment to evaluate your current goals or habit changes and determine if they are worth keeping or not....

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The holidays are over, and a new year has begun. It's time to take a new step and make this year the best one yet!

How are you planning to stick to your goals this year? We've found that it's harder to make your goals or create better habits without having a plan in action.

Take a look at these steps to help you navigate turning these good intentions into part of a healthier, happier lifestyle.

#1: Make your goals...

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'Tis the season...for giving!

As we come to the end of another year, we're taking a moment to reflect on how we measured up to our mission statement—help as many people as possible! The holiday season is the perfect time to show those around you how much you care, and we make it our mission to give back to the community whenever we can.

Here are a few of the things we did this year:

Hurricane...

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We can all use a better night's rest, right? So, let's talk about ways to enhance your quality of sleep.

Here are some tips to keep in mind:

1. Stick to a sleep schedule of the same bedtime and wake up time, even on the weekends.2. Practice a relaxing bedtime ritual. Try reading, taking a hot bath, listening to classical music or yoga to help put your mind at ease. Absolutely no electronics!3. If you have trouble sleeping, avoid...