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Establishment Republicans to Blame for GOP Losses

Sedona AZ (October 24, 2016) –  The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor: Editor; In our daily living, my wife and I have been exposed to the troubles and turmoil facing people who have either through chance of birth or strictly by their own choices and actions become entwined in a dilemma, for lack of a better way of identification we call it an “Identity Crisis.” This... 

Joy of Giving Celebrates Local Philanthropists, Nonprofit Organizations

Sedona AZ (August 4, 2016) – The Arizona Community Foundation of Yavapai County announced the recipients of its 2016 Joy of Giving Awards at an annual luncheon Friday, August 5. The awards pay tribute to the contributions of individuals and organizations to the betterment of Yavapai County. Selmer D. “Sal” Lutey, Philanthropist of the Year Sal Lutey were recognized as Philanthropist of the... 

Binge Eating Disorder

Sedona AZ (January 4, 2015) – A young Veteran has recently returned from a grueling deployment in Afghanistan. But his battles are far from over. When his wife and kids go to sleep at night, he starts downing chips, cookies, beer and pretty much anything else he can find in the refrigerator. It’s well after midnight before he finally hits the sack. The next morning he feels guilty and depressed.... 

A Dame’s Best Friend

Sedona Animal Whisperer Maia Kincaid Sedona AZ (May 2, 2014) – The Sedona Women organization invites members and non-member women to the final program of the 2013-2014 season on Wednesday, May 14, 2014, beginning at 10:00 in the morning at the Sedona Creative Life Center, 333 Schnebly Hill Road, Sedona. Hear from four professionals in the areas of animal care, service, outreach and communication. Animals... 

Veterans Care and Benefits In 164 Billion VA Budget

Sedona AZ (March 4, 2014) – Continuing the transformation of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) into a 21st century organization, the President has proposed a $163.9 billion budget, a 6.5 percent increase over Fiscal Year 2014, that will support VA’s goals to expand access to health care and other benefits, eliminate the disability claims backlog, and end homelessness among Veterans.... 

VA Alcohol and Drug Abuse Resources

Sedona AZ (October 1, 2013) – Alcohol and drug misuse can lead to serious health and relationship problems. The Veterans Health Administration has many resources to help Veterans and their loved ones answer questions, find support, get treatment and recover. Please read on to find information on some of these resources. Problems with drinking or drug use may occur in response to stress, or in... 

Malaria Drug Mefloquine Advisory Warns of Permanent Side Effects

Anopheles is a genus of mosquito first described and named by J. W. Meigen in 1818. About 460 species are recognized; while over 100 can transmit human malaria, only 30–40 commonly transmit parasites of the genus Plasmodium, which cause malaria in humans in endemic areas. Anopheles gambiae is one of the best known, because of its predominant role in the transmission of the most dangerous malaria... 

September 11 2001 a Cancerous Wound

Army National Guard Chief Warrant Officer 4 Clifford Bauman, while at Langley Air Force Base, Va., Aug. 22, 2013, reflects on the boots, gloves and hat he wore during search and rescue missions at the Pentagon after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks. Bauman, who developed post-traumatic stress disorder and attempted suicide, now is a supporter of the Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness program to help... 

VA Clears Backlog of Disability Claims

Washington DC (June 28, 2013) – The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced today that as a result of the initiative launched in April to expedite disability compensation claims decisions for Veterans who have a waited a year or longer, more than 65,000-claims – or 97 percent of all claims over two years old in the inventory – have been eliminated from the backlog. Veterans Benefits... 

Navy Psychiatrist Believes PTSD Brain Can Heal

Sedona AZ (May 11, 2013) – If you ask random strangers, “What is the most important organ in the human body?” many people would say the heart and lungs, but most probably would say the brain. The brain’s role is central in our lives, but it is often overlooked or taken for granted – that is, until it is impacted by illness or injury. Like any other organ, it is important to understand... 
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