The truth about three common skin care myths Sat, Mar 11 2017 12:00 PM

With a world of health information at your fingertips, it’s important to remember that not everything that shows up in web search results is medically accurate.
According to Dr. Elan Newman, a dermatologist with Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Gro [..]

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Slow cooker carnitas

While traditional carnitas are cooked in oil or lard, these slow cooker “little meats” boast the same shredded goodness without the greasy feel. Broil cooked meat or pan fry until crispy right before serving, or serve straight from the [..]

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Is it safe to meal prep?

Did one of your New Year’s resolutions involve eating healthier or going on some sort of diet? With the New Year in full swing, some looked to prepping or preparing their lunches and dinners at the beginning of each week to help with weight los [..]

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Paradise Valley Hospital only South Bay hospital to achieve an A in patient safety

Paradise Valley Hospital is  the only South Bay  hospital to earn  The Leapfrog Hospital Safety grade of A. Leapfrog provides a biannual safety grading of more  than 2,600 general acute care hospitals, assigning each an A, B, C, D [..]

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Doing your homework on nutritional supplements

According to an October 2016 article in the Journal of the American Medical Association, more than half of all Americans regularly take a nutritional supplement. Some, such as fish oils and probiotics, have had especially significant increases in use [..]

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