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It’s a simple case of supply and demand.
Last week there was some good news and some not so good news for East Valley cities.
‘They told me the window for my recovery had closed.”
Jim Lynskey, PT, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Physical Therapy at A.T. Still University in Mesa and specializes in neurological rehabilitation. Brian Glaister is the President and CEO of Cadence Biomedical, which manufactures the Kickstart Walking System to help stroke survivors walk.
A.T. Still University will host its sixth annual Community Health & Wellness Day April 20 at the Chandler CARE Center, 777 E. Galveston St.
Higher education programs around Mesa will take part in a celebration next week to let the public know what they have available.
NEW YORK — Adele dominated last year's Grammy Awards, but this year there isn't a clear winner in sight.
Children in need will receive needed dental treatment and care this month as part of the Arizona Dental Foundation’s Give Kids a Smile. This year, the foundation will provide more than 1,200 children from low-income schools free restorative care through statewide activities.
Children in need will receive needed dental treatment and care this month as part of the Arizona Dental Foundation’s Give Kids a Smile. This year, the foundation will continue its record-setting pace, providing more than 1,200 children from low-income schools free restorative care through statewide activities.
When it comes to hearing aids local audiologist Patricia Kao-Hutt, Au.D, warns not to trust any white coat.
One in three adults over age 65 will fall each year, but Banner Health hopes to prevent such falls through “A Matter of Balance: Managing Concerns About Falls.”
More than $80,000 was raised during the Fresh Start Women’s Foundation’s annual “A Night of Heroes” held last week. The event at the Hilton Phoenix East/Mesa in Mesa included a silent auction, dinner, live auction and presentation of the 2012 East Valley Man and Woman of the Year. This year’s honorees were Dr. Jack Dillenberg of A.T. Still University and Linda Hunt of Dignity Health Arizona. More than 300 people attended.
A spotlight shines on youth sports — especially high school football — in Arizona this year with the new requirement for concussion education and a mandated medical clearance before returning to the sport after a concussion.
In the next year, five new universities will start welcoming students to campuses in Mesa.
Linda Hunt, CEO of Dignity Health Arizona, and Dr. Jack Dillenberg, dean of the Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health (ASDOH) at A.T. Still University in Mesa, have been named the East Valley Man and Woman of the Year by East Valley Fresh Start.
DALLAS — Airlines give many reasons for refusing to let you board, but none stir as much debate as this: How you're dressed.
As the first day of school approaches, parents of tweens and teens are busy loading up on notebooks and mechanical pencils, buying jumbo packages of lunchtime snacks, shopping for just the right clothing and filling the family calendar with concerts, practice and game dates.
As Memorial Day is celebrated this weekend, it will hold different meanings for families across the nation and in the Grand Canyon State.
While Mesa has deals in place to bring two colleges to its downtown, it is laying the groundwork for three other institutions to open branch campuses easily and quickly.
Students graduating from Chandler Unified School District's Perry High School last year largely chose community colleges - Chandler-Gilbert Community College, in particular - for their postsecondary plans.
A.T. Still University’s Arizona School of Health Sciences, based in Mesa, held its summer commencement ceremony Aug. 6. More than 430 students received their master of science or doctoral degrees during ceremonies at Phoenix Symphony Hall. Celebrations were held for the 256 online graduates and the 177 residential program graduates.