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In times of great stress, we are especially vulnerable; the social distancing we are all practicing to stay safe is taking its toll and we are challenged trying to keep our children mentally and physically active. more
If you could get word to the Pinal County powers-that-be who are suing for correct Pinal County numbers of people who have COVID-19 --- I, Heidi A Robinson, have it. Have been quarantined with it for … more
As we put a pause on the negative rhetoric about the Coronavirus, we can start looking for the silver linings. I am not for a moment saying we don’t take this seriously, but I do get accused of … more
The economic fallout of COVID-19 is huge. Millions of low-wage workers have been laid off, making it virtually impossible to pay the rent or mortgage. This can quickly lead to evictions and … more
There is an ongoing conversation about the worldwide spread of the COVID-19 virus and how to be prepared; according to the Centers for Disease and Control Prevention, anyone can get infected by this virus, but older adults — ages 60 and up — are at higher risk for serious illness from it. more
With an increased focus on practicing healthy habits – such as washing hands frequently and staying home when sick to help avoid spreading COVID-19 – it’s important to remain … more
The threat of contracting or spreading the dangerous COVID-19 virus is at the forefront of everyone’s mind these days. The good people at Square One Builders jumped in to help slow the spread … more
I am reaching out today asking for your help — to identify apprehend the culprits of a theft committed early Monday at our HQ in Surprise. more
With all the discussion and encouragement around “social distancing” for our physical health, it brings up a whole new array of potential mental health problems, especially for older adults. more
There is an ongoing conversation about the worldwide spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and how to be prepared. According to the Centers for Disease and Control Prevention, anyone can get … more
We are experiencing a very dark time in our history. Everyone I talk to says the same thing: “I’ve never seen anything like this!” It seems that each day, the news gets worse. Our … more
The $2.2 Trillion CARES Act will help a lot of Arizona businesses; but relief for investors, private partnerships, large developers and construction companies, commercial and retail landlords or even master planned communities and homeowner’s associations is ambiguous or missing from the stimulus bill. more
These are truly unchartered waters: Families are confined to quarters and avoiding interactions with others; while parents are working from home, children are avoiding play dates. more
Rotarians are “People of Action,” and Rotary clubs and their members throughout Arizona are pitching in to help where needed in their communities during the COVID-19 pandemic … more
We urge consumers to be on the lookout for an escalating number of pandemic-related scams, hazards and financial challenges. more
Abrazo Health hospitals are celebrating National Doctors’ Day by paying tribute to physicians for their service, skill and compassion. more
In the tumult of the unprecedented coronavirus crisis, there is an enormous amount of confusion about potential treatments. more
To help keep our communities healthy, the need for social distancing is imperative right now. As such, on March 18, two U.S. senators --- Kevin Cramer and Mark Warner --- introduced a bill known … more
Since older Americans are particularly vulnerable to coronavirus (COVID-19), I wanted to let you know the steps we’re taking to help our Medicare beneficiaries cope with the pandemic. more
Here’s the irony of this COVID-19 pandemic: we may be scrambling to isolate, but we need each other. In times of stress, human beings do better when we’re connected. more
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