Some of the fondest memories Dr. Leslie Ahlmeyer has of her two decades in Steamboat Springs include the deliveries of more than 2,000 local babies.
A new two-year initiative will aim to reduce the number of pre-term births and low-weight births at hospitals across Colorado.
Steamboat Springs Middle School will host an art gallery featuring photos chosen from the Bettermeyv youth healthy living campaign.
Living in a mountain town introduces new wrinkles to the old problem of seasonal allergies, and according to experts, the problem is only getting worse.
A Steamboat doctor is recruiting for a study of a new knee cartilage reconstruction surgery that could replace the traditional method of building scar tissue to reconstruct damaged cartilage.
A microwaved version of risotto is an inspired way to serve asparagus.
Foam rolling offers a variety of health benefits.
A unanimous vote by the Colorado State Health Board last week will complicate the process for parents wishing to opt their children out of required immunizations.
During her senior year at college, Allison Mecklenburg signed up to be a marrow donor on the Be The Match Registry. It was easy to do — all that was required was a cheek swab.
This salad combines beets, mayonnaise and garlic.
The Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association provides cardiovascular screenings, including blood pressure, BMI, cholesterol panel, glucose screening and personalized education regarding a person’s risk for heart disease.
Vaccinations can help protect against bacterial meningococcal disease.
Three established OB-GYNs are forming a new practice at Yampa Valley Medical Center called YampaCare for Women.
A new campaign to prevent teen drug use in Northwest Colorado is specifically targeting parents.
Standing in front of a large television monitor, doctor of optometry Natalie Hansen touches red dots on alternating sides of the screen using each of her hands.