Community members and human service agencies gathered together last week at a community forum hosted by Grand Futures Prevention Coalition and the Moffat County Department of Social Services to learn more about prescription drug addiction, heroin abuse and what might be done to work on these problems now, before they become community epidemics.
Balsamic grilled peaches
Nutritional Health Coach Alicia McLeod will host "Foods for Fitness" from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Monday, August 29 at Natural Grocers, 335 Lincoln Ave.
After sitting vacant for more than two years, the former Staples building near U.S. Highway 40 is likely to become an urgent care facility.
Looking for the scoop on the upcoming Community Health Fair events at Yampa Valley Medical Center? Your search is over.
Tucked into home offices, rented shops and basements around town is the next batch of Steamboat Springs entrepreneurs.
Physician assistants, or PAs, are an integral part of the health care team and are quickly growing in popularity, but there remains some confusion about what these medical professionals can do.
We have used this recipe for many goat barbecues, and it is perfect for a goat purchased at the Routt County Fair and served for the Extension staff office party on occasion. CJ Mucklow was the Routt County agriculture agent from 1989 to 2011.
The original wood floors inside the historic Solandt Memorial Hospital building in Hayden shine with a luster that can only be fully appreciated by the people who’ve worked so hard to restore the nearly century-old structure.
LiveWell Colorado is launching a major public awareness campaign called No More 24, which will educate Coloradans about the state’s health paradox.
Steamboat Movement Fest co-founders Kristen Rockford and Talaya Thomas said the festival’s new location,at West Lincoln Park will give the festival a greater presence in town and offer more outdoor time for attendees.
Some call it “crisper remorse” — that guilty feeling you get when you have to throw away spoiled produce. It’s frustrating to realize the produce you have purchased at the farmers market or received from your CSA share has taken on a life of its own in the back of your refrigerator.
When thoughts of shopping cross one’s mind, health care is probably not at the top of the list. Yet, for many individuals, especially those with high-deductible insurance plans, shopping for medical procedures has become common practice.
Reaching Everyone Preventing Suicide, or REPS, is collaborating with the Yampa Valley Medical Center to increase the number and presence of volunteers in the hospital Emergency Department assisting suicidal patients.
Local residents in the market for MRI services should consider looking closer to home when price-shopping.