The Northwest Colorado Community Health Partnership and The Colorado Trust will present the Health Equity Learning Series on Nov. 15 at Yampa Valley Medical Center. Those attending will watch a live stream of the event as it happens in Denver.
Buying health insurance is not fun. But if you make the wrong decision, it could cost you, so it pays to think carefully about the policy you buy in the state shopping exchange.
Winter is just around the corner, and as we switch clothing and gear, we also should consider how we fuel our bodies for cold-weather exercise. A big mistake winter athletes can make is not drinking enough fluids.
LiveWell Northwest Colorado introduced the Let’s Go! 5-2-1-0 campaign to the community last year. The “5” component of the 5-2-1-0 message reminds us to eat at least five servings of fruits and vegetables per day.
This recipe will become your family’s favorite way to eat broccoli.
Next year, there are plans to improve Decker Park by adding things like a new basketball court and disc golf.
Bladder leakage, also called urinary incontinence, is a health issue that some people are too embarrassed to discuss. Yet treatment options and new technology can treat the problem, and people do not need to suffer in silence.
Yampa Valley Medical Center’s cardiac rehab program recently earned certification from the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation, according to a news release.
A wonderful accompaniment to your favorite pork dish — high in fiber with a delicate sweetness.
Survey results from last winter showed fewer Routt County youth have abused prescription drugs, and the Grand Futures Prevention Coalition hopes that trend continues.
Rocky Mountain Farmers Union Cooperative Development Center Director Bill Stevenson will discuss Colorado HealthOP at a regional meeting Oct. 30 in Hayden.
The Community Health Fair at the Boys & Girls Club of Steamboat Springs will kick off Red Ribbon Month, which features four events all designed to heighten awareness on prescription drug abuse and promote healthy lifestyles.
It is best to get vaccinated before flu begins to spread. It takes about two weeks for the flu vaccine to provide full protection, so the sooner you get vaccinated, the more likely it is that you will be fully protected once flu begins to circulate in our community.
Pete Kenney is not surprised that Yampa Valley Medical Center’s cardiac rehab program recently earned certification from the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation. The 51-year-old, single father of two counts on it to keep his struggling heart as healthy as possible.
A free community health fair titled "A Healthy Life is My Choice" is from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Boys & Girls Club of Steamboat Springs. The event features a kickoff to Red Ribbon Week, which promotes a drug-free lifestyle.