The seasonal flu vaccine is the first line of defense against an illness that can leave a person stuck at home feeling miserable, or worse, in the hospital.
Kids can help prepare this dish by measuring and stirring the ingredients together.
No two women are exactly the same, so it’s important to treat them as individuals when screening for breast cancer.
All it took was a brownie with a walnut on top for Dan McNasby to learn about his 2-year-old son’s nut allergy about 11 years ago.
Women who are age 40 to 64 and have limited or no health insurance may qualify for free breast exams and cervical cancer screenings.
Longtime Steamboat Springs High School bookkeeper Denise Pearson is remaining hopeful after starting a new round of chemotherapy this week to fight recently diagnosed leukemia.
In the course of just a couple of months in fall 2014, Tania Stoehr learned she had breast cancer, underwent a double mastectomy and started chemotherapy treatment.
Proposition 106 asks voters whether to create the “Colorado End-of-Life Options Act,” which would be the state’s version of similar “Death with Dignity” legislation already passed in Oregon, Washington, Vermont, Montana and California.
Amendment 69 outlines a financing plan for a proposed statewide health care system called ColoradoCare.
Proponents of Amendment 69, a plan to create a single-payer health care system in Colorado, claim that 80 percent of Coloradoans could save healthcare costs under ColoradoCare.
Serve this sweet and savory side as the perfect addition to any hearty fall meal.
Mammograms have changed through the past few decades — for the better.
Northwest Colorado Health will host Say Boo to the Flu clinics 3:30 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 25 at South Routt Elementary School and 3 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 26 at Northwest Colorado Health in Steamboat Springs.
Local parents took their knowledge about illegal drugs to a higher level Wednesday during a meeting with local law enforcement.
If you’ve been putting off getting an annual mammogram, you might want to think again: every year, mammograms help detect cancers earlier, while they’re easier to treat.