Memorial Day

The Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association (AzHHA) would like to send its deepest gratitude to the brave women and men who have served or are currently serving our great country. Their selfless service and sacrifice provides us with the security and freedom needed to pursue our hopes, goals and dreams. This weekend is a time for all of us to honor and thank them and … Continue reading Memorial Day

The Health of Arizona’s Seniors

Middle of the pack. Actually, a shade on the wrong side of the middle of the pack. That’s how the latest national report ranks our state when it comes to the senior health. Arizona checked in at number 31 overall. From KTAR-News in Phoenix: Arizona fell eight points in this year’s senior report from America’s Health Ranking, tying with Florida at No. 31 in the country for … Continue reading The Health of Arizona’s Seniors

Healthy Eating = Healthy Hearing

Interesting new report suggests a healthy diet ‘may’ lower the risk of hearing loss in women. Researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital examined the relationship between  between different diets and the risk of developing hearing loss. They found that eating a healthy diet is associated with a lower risk of acquired hearing loss in women. From For women who love to eat vegetables and … Continue reading Healthy Eating = Healthy Hearing

Grief and Loss

Today’s guest blog comes to us from Chad Mosher, PhD. Chad is Director of Outpatient Clinical Services at Palo Verde Behavioral Health. The focus of the blog is on the devastating fallout that results from substance abuse and addiction. In particular, two areas that are often overlooked in the battle against this growing epidemic. Once you’ve had a chance to read what Chad has to say, we’d … Continue reading Grief and Loss