Three established OB-GYNs are forming a new practice at Yampa Valley Medical Center called YampaCare for Women.
A new campaign to prevent teen drug use in Northwest Colorado is specifically targeting parents.
Standing in front of a large television monitor, doctor of optometry Natalie Hansen touches red dots on alternating sides of the screen using each of her hands.
For an appetizer that looks impressive and is quick to fix, try this tasty antipasto.
Mary Bowman, M.D., Diane Petersen, M.D., and David Schaller, M.D., will join Yampa Valley Medical Center to create a new women's health practice. YampaCare For Women will open May 5.
While the ski lifts may have only stopped turning Sunday, an unusually dry and warm late season had many in the valley long to turn their attention to warm weather recreation. Tennis certainly ranks high on the list, and although indoor courts fuel a competitive, year-round community in Steamboat Springs, sun-filled days ensure a rapid return of the weekend warriors to the game.
Six weeks after starting his job as an emergency room technician at Yampa Valley Medical Center, Bret Martin was called to serve.
The first step in returning to the swimming pool is the walk to get there.
Sometimes all it takes is a taste test to change the eating habits of a picky child, or open their mind to a new food or new way to prepare an old one.
A recipe for spicy Sriracha deviled eggs.
Individuals should take precautions when handling chicks, ducklings, goslings and baby turkeys due to possibility of Salmonella infection.
Consider spring cleaning your refrigerator this month. Not only will the fridge be spotless, but you will also be protecting your family from getting sick.
Most of us manage stress, but not in healthy ways.
Dr. Larry Bookman said that the roles of chief medical officers both nationally and at Yampa Valley Medical Center, are evolving and requiring that they take on more and more administrative responsibilities.
Annual nationwide health rankings released last week place Routt County as fifth highest of Colorado counties in overall health.