How many times have you heard it said that eating out costs too much? Most of the time, we are referring to money, but there are also nutritional and time costs to eating out.
A step-by-step guide to preparing hard-boiled eggs at altitude.
From the top of the 2015 National US Freestyle Championships moguls course at Steamboat Ski Area, Yampa Valley Medical Center SportsMed physical therapist, Jennifer Kerr, doesn't have the best view.
The number of uninsured children in Routt County has dropped drastically since 2012, according to data from the Colorado Children’s Campaign and local social services officials.
The Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association will provide free blood glucose screenings 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 24 at the VNA
Series of small LiveWell grants lead to large, lasting improvements in Oak Creek
Initiated in 2009 as a way to disperse the funds of the state’s LiveWell organization locally, LiveWell Northwest Colorado quickly got behind a number of programs to support healthy eating and active lifestyles, including several in Oak Creek
A recipe for Mustard and Basil Grilled Chicken from Karen Massey.
Every year, there are more than 4,500 surgeries at Yampa Valley Medical Center. Writer Susan Cunningham outlines some of the surgical terms used frequently by YVMC doctors and nurses.
Long considered an activity for body builders, we now know how beneficial resistance exercise is for both men and women at any fitness level and any age.
Benefiting a local cause, the 12th annual Penguin Plunge will take place Saturday at the Catamount Lake House pool.
On Sunday, local yoga instructors will get together for a unique opportunity to learn about different aspects of yoga and how to transition into the spring.
Feeding The Body Feeding The Soul, a health and wellness resource education center in Steamboat Springs, is now offering specialized laboratory testing for food and chemical sensitivity.
So, how do you jump back on the fitness bandwagon if you’ve been out of routine this winter?
In a place like Steamboat, where active lifestyles are common, it’s important to build and maintain healthy bones — especially for women.
Daffodils for Hospice, a mainstay of spring in the Yampa Valley, raises funds for the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association’s Hospice and Palliative Care program, which has cared for and comforted terminally ill and injured patients and their families for more than 20 years.