This delicious chowder is hearty enough to be an entree.
Lot at Pine Grove Road and Central Park Drive is latest site under consideration for new police station
Both sides stress the idea still is in the concept phase, and the hospital-owned lot is one of at least five places the city still is seriously considering to build the police station.
An Adult Activity and Care Program will be offered at the Haven Assisted Living Center, 300 S. Shelton Lane in Hayden.
Whatever you call it — chew, dip, snuff, spit, plug, wad, pinch and quid — is not a safe alternative to cigarettes. The tobacco industry markets the product "smokeless tobacco" as safer than cigarettes because you are not lighting up. But smokeless tobacco is harmful and is every bit as addictive as cocaine or heroin.
Stephanie Fletcher works in the laboratory at Yampa Valley Medical Center, and like many people, she eats her lunch in a hurry. She wants to make a healthy choice for lunch but doesn’t have time to read labels and calculate calories every day. Lucky for Stephanie, Go, Slow, Whoa has arrived at YVMC.
The perfect supper after an awesome day of skiing.
Study finds the availability of primary care doctors in Northwest Colorado is higher than in other rural areas
The study looked at health care regionally and found that in Routt, Moffat, Jackson and Rio Blanco counties, there is one full-time equivalent primary care physician for every 2,080 residents.
The conversation around health care and what we pay for it is beginning to change. The realization that we pay way more than other countries for the same services is beginning to sink in. Why do Americans on average pay $8,143 for hospital and physician services for cataract surgery while the Swiss pay $2,566 and the French only $1,938? By all accounts, outcomes are similar.
Steamboat Springs might be one of the top ski resorts in Colorado, but for the purpose of the Affordable Care Act, Routt County is not a resort region.
Marchele McCarthy is offering a six-week workshop called “Finding Freedom from Old Habits and Negative Emotions,” starting March 5 and continuing on Wednesday evenings through April 9 from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
At a glance, Yampa Valley Medical Center’s recent accreditation by the Commission on Cancer may not mean a lot to the average resident. It can mean everything, however, to those who have, or may face, a cancer diagnosis.
While there may be plenty of quick and convenient options for dinner, hastily prepared food or grab-and-go meals are often are less nutritious and more expensive than planned, home-prepared meals.
When you live in a small town like Hayden, the options can be limited.
The next nutrition seminar Feb. 11 will focus on cardiovascular health.
There's Olympic fever in the Yampa Valley, so I asked a former Olympian, Caroline Lalive Carmichael, about how important drinking water was to her success.