‘Tis the season of festive parties, time off with family and friends and bounteous food and drinks — all of which can get your healthy habits off track. But the holiday season can be both fun and healthful.
This time of year, it’s not only jolly men in red, fur-trimmed suits who are nibbling on cakes, cookies and candy canes. Tempting sweet holiday treats are on offer just about everywhere. Area dentists offer some surprising advice about the treats most likely to cause cavities, and sports drinks rank highly on their Grinch list.
Due to the high cost, those in need of detox are again being taken to Routt County Jail.
Individuals who need health insurance or need to renew their plans must do so by Jan. 31, 2017.
Telehealth services, which involve a health care provider and patient communicating through a video screen, while sitting in separate medical offices, are used on a daily basis at Mind Springs Health.
When someone is coming in looking for help with rent or car repairs, there is a good chance that they are also struggling to put food on the table.
Here are a few keys to maintaining sanity when your home is filled to the brim during the holidays.
Delicious and easy rice pudding recipe.
Sarah Piano was thousands of miles from her Oak Creek home guiding sled dog tours in Alaska when she found out about her younger brother’s suicide attempt this July.
Another phase in keeping quality care close to home has begun: Yampa Valley Medical Center is announcing the official opening of its new Outpatient Pavilion.
Turkey tostadas are a healthy option for Thanksgiving leftovers.
The Yampa Valley Autism Program is spreading its wings in a new location in Elk River Crossing on Steamboat Springs’s west side.
Community members are invited to celebrate the holidays while honoring the memories of loved ones during the Celebration of Light, set for 6 to 8 p.m. Dec. 7 at the Rollingstone Respite House.
A Strawberry Park Elementary third-grader is fighting a cancer relapse after spending more than a year presumably cancer-free.
Una nueva clase patrocinada por Northwest Colorado Health está ayudando a miembros de la comunidad latina proporcionándoles conocimientos personales que posiblemente no tenían respecto a la salud.