Surgery of any kind is something to be taken seriously. It’s true that many cosmetic surgeries have become so safe and so common that we are beginning to forget that in every surgery risk is still involved. In any surgical procedure, we have to take the responsibility to know our doctor and know their training, in order to ensure we are in the safest hands. When choosing your surgeon, be sure that they are certified by a board that is under the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS). One important question that patients should ask the surgeon is, “Do you have privilege to perform this procedure in both a hospital or outpatient surgical center (does not include office-based surgical suites)?” Board-certified surgeons...
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State awarded 17 students with an esteemed Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award for a project highlighting families divided by the U.S.-Mexico border.
He took on the Super Bowl with the Arizona Cardinals and now he is turning his focus on the Matt Leinart Foundation's Celebrity Golf Classic, which benefits disadvantaged youth.
We've all heard his hit "What You Won't Do For Love," but not many of us have heard it live! Bobby Caldwell, one of the most respected members of the music industry, will headline the American Cancer Society's Jewel Ball Saturday, April 18 at the Intercontinental Montelucia Resort & Spa in Paradise Valley. Guests can expect an amazing night of jazz, including a 17-piece big band. We got the chance to ask Caldwell a few questions, and learned about his childhood dreams, how he became a musical icon, his inspirations and how he has personally been affected by cancer.