A Phoenix man made headlines when he publicly handed over his guns to police in the wake of the deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas. There’s a patchwork of gun dealers, nonprofits and law enforcement agencies that will take guns, but the fate of the firearm depends on which you choose.
It pays to put the customer first. A recent Customer Rage Survey by ASU’s W.P. Carey School of Business concluded that companies across the country risk nearly $313 billion in future sales due to poor customer-service practices.
When it comes to accessing health care, Arizona has updated its telehealth laws in the past year to allow providers to better serve patients in rural areas. This includes laws that cover telebehavioral health.
As people are living longer and Baby Boomers are aging, the need for home health aides is growing. Just since 2016 more people are working in the profession, helping an elderly person in their everyday lives.
A local company recently announced plans for a new project along Camelback Road in Phoenix. Vintage Partners wants to transform two midcentury midrises at Fourth Avenue into a boutique hotel and dining destination. Vintage is also behind Uptown Plaza, the adaptive reuse project at Central and Camelback.
Women are more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease than men, which researchers have known for years. But a recent study written by a team from Weill Cornell Medicine at Cornell University and the University of Arizona Health Sciences may offer more insight into why there is a difference between the sexes.
A simple majority of 262 registered voters in the town of Tusayan near the Grand Canyon could have huge consequences for the area’s landscape and skyline. A ballot measure is seeking to do away with a law that limits building height to 65 feet.