For the first time this Saturday, Butcherknife Brewing Company will host a Shave Down Party to bring awareness to men's health, one mustache at a time.
Thousands more Coloradans signed up for health insurance during the first week of open enrollment than during the same timeframe last year, according to report from the state.
Raising children is an exciting, amazing and exhausting job. It requires a great amount of sacrifice, which often includes us giving up time for ourselves in order to put our children first. This is why finding time to exercise can be so challenging.
This updated version of sweet potatoes will be a new Thanksgiving favorite.
The Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association will host a Celebration of Light event from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Dec. 4 at Rollingstone Respite House, 480 Rollingstone Drive. Individuals who have lost a loved one are invited to place a personalized ornament on a community tree.
While local nutritionists agree that feasting on Thanksgiving is expected, they offer many tips and ideas for how to make the food-filled holiday a little healthier.
To prepare for ski season, experts recommend focusing on legs and the fast twitch muscles around your core, but including cardio as well.
Is the Affordable Care Act helping or hurting Northwest Coloradans? For a 40-year-old non-smoker in Craig, the lowest cost bronze and silver plans on Connect for Health Colorado remained almost exactly the same price for 2014 and 2015. However, there was a nearly 40 percent jump in premium costs for the standard silver-level plan with Rocky Mountain Health Plans.
Pharmacist says prescription abuse is common in Steamboat
The Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies sent out 600 notifications to providers and prescribers across the state that may have prescribed controlled substances to people who had also sought the same prescription elsewhere.
Yampa Valley Medical Center in Steamboat Springs has been recognized by a national association for the positive experience patients have at the health care facility.
The last blood drive of 2014 will take place from 12:30 to 6 p.m. Thursday at Yampa Valley Medical Center.
Are you one of the 150,000-plus individuals or businesses who used Connect for Health Colorado for health insurance in our state last year? Well, it’s that time of year again. The state health insurance marketplace opened for business Saturday.
Children and teens who have lost a loved one often feel alone and overwhelmed in their grief, not realizing there are others who understand and can help them through this difficult process.
The Heeling Friends organization lost four teams last year because of older dogs dying and are actively seeking out new teams to join the program.
Steamboat Select Insurance and popular regional provider Rocky Mountain Health Plans are partnering to hold an informational session on changes to this year’s insurance marketplace options.