Local physicians now will have the ability to get electronic consultations with Mayo Clinic specialists when they want a second opinion on patient care.
The tasty cheese crust on this delicate fish is a delicious combination.
The end of the open enrollment period on March 31 marks a first in the rollout of the new health care law. After March, consumers no longer will be able to buy health insurance in 2014 that meets the new government standards of the Affordable Care Act.
When I think of the first Penguin Plunge, I smile. Not because I enjoy jumping into bone-chilling water, but because I was part of an enthusiastic team that came together to create a good-spirited event to help support the health care needs of the Yampa Valley.
The annual Hospice daffodils sale is coming up. Daffodils will be on sale for $5 per bunch, $24 for five bunches or $46 for 10 bunches on March 18 at the following locations:
Cholesterol levels are far from just a grown-up matter, and Northwest Colorado medical professionals hope to emphasize that parents should keep their child’s readings in mind.
Classic Lifeguard helicopter service will operate out of Steamboat Springs Airport
Classic Lifeguard, a medical helicopter service based out of Utah, is planning to fly into Steamboat Springs in March to set up its first Colorado base at Bob Adams Field.
January is the month in which health clubs across the country see a big spike in new members, many of whom are embarking on a New Year's resolution to get fit. February is the time a sizable number of these people start trailing off.
If you have reached middle age, you may be experiencing some pain and stiffness caused by osteoarthritis. This is a common joint disorder in which cartilage — the cushioning between the bone joints — wears away.
Integrated Health is offering a “Side Effects of Chemotherapy” support group meeting from 10 to 11 a.m. Thursday.
This delicious chowder is hearty enough to be an entree.
Lot at Pine Grove Road and Central Park Drive is latest site under consideration for new police station
Both sides stress the idea still is in the concept phase, and the hospital-owned lot is one of at least five places the city still is seriously considering to build the police station.
An Adult Activity and Care Program will be offered at the Haven Assisted Living Center, 300 S. Shelton Lane in Hayden.
Whatever you call it — chew, dip, snuff, spit, plug, wad, pinch and quid — is not a safe alternative to cigarettes. The tobacco industry markets the product "smokeless tobacco" as safer than cigarettes because you are not lighting up. But smokeless tobacco is harmful and is every bit as addictive as cocaine or heroin.
Stephanie Fletcher works in the laboratory at Yampa Valley Medical Center, and like many people, she eats her lunch in a hurry. She wants to make a healthy choice for lunch but doesn’t have time to read labels and calculate calories every day. Lucky for Stephanie, Go, Slow, Whoa has arrived at YVMC.