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Ironwood Cancer and Research Centers, in partnership with Cigna Medical Group, is hosting a Cancer Survivors Celebration Breakfast 8 to 11 a.m. May 6 at the Ironwood center, 5810 W. Beverly Lane, Glendale.

Prostate On-Site Project, a medical mobile service, will be providing affordable prostate cancer screenings 8 a.m. to noon May 2 at Glendale Community College, 6000 W. Olive Ave. Space is limited, so appointments are required. Sign up by calling 480-964-3013, or 800-828-6139.

Studies have shown that patients that are supported mind, body, and spirit do much better when faced with cancer. Patients report less pain, are better able to cope with diagnosis, treatment and side effects, and have a greater feeling of personal growth when they receive the support they ne…

Studies have shown that patients that are supported mind, body, and spirit do much better when faced with cancer. Patients report less pain, are better able to cope with diagnosis, treatment and side effects, and have a greater feeling of personal growth when they receive the support they ne…

People in the Glendale community, and surrounding areas, will have the opportunity to receive free dental services 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 15 at Arrowhead Creekside Dental, 7200 W. Bell Road, Suite C2. Patients will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. During Free Dentistry Day, a …

Discuss the immediate care and temporary assistance that can be given to an injured or suddenly ill pet until competent veterinary care is available. Properly applied first aid can save your pet’s life, reduce recovery time and be the difference between temporary and lifelong disability. In …

Studies have shown that patients that are supported mind, body, and spirit do much better when faced with cancer. Patients report less pain, are better able to cope with diagnosis, treatment and side effects, and have a greater feeling of personal growth when they receive the support they ne…

Revive Wellness & Rejuvenation has developed an integrated medical model led by Robert Graham, a local chiropractor who has been practicing in the Valley for 32 years. Revive Wellness & Rejuvenation is committed to finding the root cause of complex injuries and developing customized …

iLoveKickboxing has opened a new franchise at 18561 N. 59th Ave. Based on the successful nationwide model, the studio incorporates the workouts of professional fighters, while making them accessible and fun to the average man or woman looking to lose weight and get in shape.

Studies have shown that patients that are supported mind, body, and spirit do much better when faced with cancer. Patients report less pain, are better able to cope with diagnosis, treatment and side effects, and have a greater feeling of personal growth when they receive the support they ne…

Dr. Mark Luba recently joined Dr. Ed Perrin, along with a team of health coaches and a behavioral health specialist, at Iora Primary Care’s Glendale practice. Iora Primary Care has been a part of the Phoenix community for more than two years, with three practices open throughout the city, an…

The Arizona Center for Urology and Southwest Prostate Cancer Foundation host free prostate cancer screenings 8 a.m. to noon June 11 at Arrowhead Hospital campus’ Arizona Center for Urology, 6320 W. Union Hills Drive, Suite B-2600.

In March, faculty and students from the Midwestern University College of Dental Medicine-Arizona (CDMA), in partnership with Aspen Dental, spent the day providing free dental screenings and routine cleanings to veterans in need.

Taking place April 30 at the Phoenix Zoo, 455 N. Galvin Pkwy., this event features a three-mile and one-mile course, with arthritis information and activities for the entire family. The mission is to conquer arthritis by spreading awareness and raising money for research aimed at finding a cure.

HealthSouth Valley of the Sun Rehabilitation Hospital celebrates National Patient Safety Awareness Week March 13 to 19 to educate the community, patients and their families, clinicians and others on the importance of patient safety in the hospital and at home.

Millions of Americans, including veterans, struggle to find oral health care when they need it – particularly in Arizona, where all 15 counties in the state are known as dental health professional shortage areas. This means each county’s residents lack access to dental care, either due to co…

Studies have shown that patients that are supported mind, body, and spirit do much better when faced with cancer. Patients report less pain, are better able to cope with diagnosis, treatment and side effects, and have a greater feeling of personal growth when they receive the support they ne…

Shape Up Kids will take place 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Feb. 27 on the campus of Midwestern University, 59th Avenue and Utopia Road, just south of the Loop 101.

Donate at any United Blood Services blood drive or donor center in December and be rewarded with a voucher for a free 14-inch cheese pizza, courtesy of Streets of New York.  The 15-time winner of the New Times “Best Pizza in Phoenix” has partnered with United Blood Services to make sure pati…

In the caring spirit of the season, are you looking for a new volunteer opportunity? The Area Agency on Aging, Region One needs volunteers all year to help visit residents in the more than 1,500 assisted living facilities and nursing homes in Maricopa County. Volunteers help to ensure that t…

YWCA of Greater Phoenix Council on Aging will hold its monthly networking and information meeting 8:15 a.m. Oct. 20 at at the West Valley Senior Center, 8561 N. 61st Ave.  

Did you know . . . It takes 500 donors of all blood types to maintain Arizona’s blood supply for just one day. Blood donors help kids like Madison, who is alive today because of more than 148 blood donors. The Arizona 8-year-old was born with Diamond Blackfan Anemia, a rare disease that prev…

Studies have shown that patients that are supported mind, body, and spirit do much better when faced with cancer. Patients report less pain, are better able to cope with diagnosis, treatment and side effects, and have a greater feeling of personal growth when they receive the support they ne…

The Center at Arrowhead, the new skilled nursing care facility in the Arrowhead area, will receive patients by the end of this week.

Following McDonald’s recent announcement that it will convert to 100% cage-free eggs, Hickman’s Family Farms of Arizona announced today a major, two-million hen cage-free expansion.  

As a response to the recent videos released by the Center for Medical Progress showing Planned Parenthood officials negotiating prices for the organs of aborted babies, citizens in over 300 communities will host simultaneous protests at their local Planned Parenthood facilities across the co…

The largest single-day food drive in the United States – one which helps St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance and other Arizona Food Banks survive during the long, hot summer – also happens to be one of the easiest to be a part of.

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Walmart has donated $5,000 to Relay For Life of Glendale, a fundraising campaign benefiting the American Cancer Society. The donation was presented during a special ceremony at Glendale’s Walmart Supercenter, 5605 W. Northern Ave.

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Every year, the Peoria Unified School District holds an event where students and faculty across the district, high school to elementary, participate in supporting their local community. Purple Day is an annual event where students and faculty alike get decked out in their finest purple gear …

Friday the 13th was a lucky day for United Blood Services and a celebration of saving lives. The efforts of blood drive coordinators throughout the state were applauded Feb. 13 at Valentines for Life, United Blood Services’ premier annual awards luncheon. Last year, more than 1,000 organizat…

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Local school districts are taking preventive measures against measles, even if their efforts are not always recognized or sometimes fall short.

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Almost one out of every twenty working-age adults in Glendale and Peoria selected a plan on Arizona’s health insurance marketplace, or were automatically reenrolled, over the last couple of months, according to federal data.

The dialysis facilities in Glendale and Peoria have some room for improvement, according to a ranking released by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services earlier this month.

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