This Thursday, the community is invited to try out an actual da Vinci Surgical System. Yampa Valley Medical Center's Robotic Showdown promises a unique, behind-the-scenes opportunity to play with cutting-edge technology.
Blue ribbon zucchini bread: This moist bread freezes well and is a great way to use your excess zucchini.
If “Superbugs” were a movie, the villain would be a gang of organisms endangering humankind. Enter the heroes, a team of medical professionals determined to halt the growing health threat. Can science find a way to thwart the rapidly evolving bacteria?
Dance has been part of the fitness world since 1969, when Jazzercise was first introduced by Judi Sheppard Misset. Since then, it’s exploded into hundreds of crazes and genres, such as Zumba Fitness, Dance Fit, Masala Bhangra and more recently, Dancinerate and Cize.
An intense two-day “Primal Birthing” childbirth and breastfeeding education class will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 12 and Sept. 13 in the small meeting room at Bud Werner Memorial Library.
Holly Rogers used to think that impressive benefits advertised with the use of essential oils were just hype. But about a year ago, Rogers decided to give the oils a try anyway.
A groundbreaking for the new Jan Bishop Memorial Cancer Care Center is expected to take place in October.
In a town known for its powder skiing and winter Olympians, all this pedaling around begs the question — is cycling good cross-training for ski season?
Nearly a year ago, Gerry Pritchard of Craig received a dire diagnosis — stage four melanoma.
A delicious summer dish — pasta with spinach and cherry tomatoes
The Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association will hold an immunization clinic for K-12 students 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. August 21 at Steamboat Springs Middle School.
For avid cyclists, late summer can be associated with a plateau, where injuries and pain make the thought of logging more miles much less appealing than earlier in the year.
The Haven Assisted Living Center in Hayden is accepting new residents.
August’s statewide “Colorado Proud” campaign is challenging residents to purchase and eat more foods produced within Colorado.
In the produce department, I am often faced with quandary: Should I spring for the organic or save some money and buy the conventionally grown fruits and vegetables?