Three bean salad with roasted onion.
Melanoma, the most deadly type of skin cancer, doesn’t only affect adults; it also affects children. Though pediatric melanoma is rare, the disease is on the rise in the U.S., particularly among teenagers.
Salad bowl garden
Steamboat’s growing season of 39 frost-free days, combined with clay soils and desiccating winds, presents its own set of problems for gardeners.
This Saturday marks the Third annual Hayden Cog Ride, which will showcase the history and landscape of Hayden, while benefiting the Hayden Heritage Center.
Bud Werner Memorial Library presents a free yoga session for May’s community yoga practice focusing on Nicki Doane’s “Maya Yoga Vinyasa Fusion Standing Flow Series” DVD at 10 a.m. Sunday in Library Hall.
Steamboat Springs resident Dave Berry said he’s been blown away by the experience of becoming a live kidney donor to his oldest brother.
In recognition of Stroke Awareness Month, the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association will provide free cardiovascular screenings, 8 to 11 a.m. May 20 at Taco Cabo.
During a private session of hypnotherapy, a person does not lose control or fall asleep, but instead, enters a state of deep relaxation, allowing the body and mind to focus and concentrate.
If and when to become pregnant is one of the most important decisions a woman or couple will make. But becoming pregnant is not always a conscious decision.
We have always known that the digestive tract is home to a world of bacteria, fungi and viruses. Only in the past few years did we fully appreciate the role this invisible population, also known as the gut microbiome, plays in our digestion and health.
If you’ve skipped sunscreen when the sky is cloudy or when you think you’ll just be inside, you may want to reconsider. About 80 percent of your exposure to ultraviolet, or UV, radiation is incidental — when you’re walking into the grocery store, driving to work or sitting by a window.
A tasty take on lentils, pasta
Building on the momentum of a series of community meetings in late March, a second round of Rx Task Force presentations are scheduled to take place the evenings of May 15, 17 and 19 at Chief Theater.
A bill awaiting signature on Gov. John Hickenlooper’s desk would allow young medical marijuana patients access to their prescribed medication while on school grounds or at school events.
Natural Grocers will hold "Negative Thoughts Affect Your Health," featuring Dr. Kristen Van De Carr, DC, at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, May 12, at the store, 355 Lincoln Ave.