A bipartisan bill that passed the Colorado House Monday would provide financial relief to middle-income rural residents with exceptionally high health insurance premiums.
White bean chicken chili
From delivering cookies to patients and visitors, to assisting injured skiers in the Emergency Department, resident Beverly Engle has volunteered in most every program Yampa Valley Medical Center offers.
When clinical staff at Northwest Colorado Health meet a patient with high blood pressure or diabetes, they consider how the patient’s personal goals might drive them to improve their health.
For those who want the most effective form of birth control but can’t afford it, Choose When can help. Choose When is a community funded project that is helping area women get IUDs and hormonal implants at low or no cost.
People in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction can now take advantage of new transitional sober housing provided by The Foundry Treatment Center.
Health and wellness contributor Sarah Coleman shares a long list of delicious and healthy smoothies for you to make.
As a child, Mayling Simpson and her family moved into a Reynoldsburg, Ohio, home that was once part of the Underground Railroad.
Yampa Valley Medical Center is seeking caring people to join its volunteer team. There are openings in the following programs: cookie cart, day surgery, front desk at the Outpatient Pavilion and music programs.
When it comes to stress, there’s one thing everyone has in common: We all experience it.
Free, long-acting birth control is now available for low-income Steamboat Springs women, thanks to the efforts of the newly formed Choose When group.
This recipe is easy and makes perfect hard-cooked eggs at higher elevations.
A set of newly released annual health rankings place Routt County as the fourth highest in overall health among Colorado counties, the area’s highest ranking yet.
The arid garden of affordable health care has sprouted some promising blooms in Colorado’s mountain valleys, thanks to innovation, generosity and cooperation.
Hospital bills in the high country are higher than in metro Denver — but that’s inevitable anywhere there is a small population base, say hospital executives.