The Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association is offering a Well Body class, noon to 1 p.m. Mondays, Feb. 23 through March 30.
Karen Massey shares her recipe for black bean dip with a kick.
Considered the most contagious virus today, measles can live on a surface or in the air for up to two hours. That fact highlights the importance of being vaccinated for the virus
A substance abuse treatment center called The Foundry could open as early as May on Highway 131 southeast of Steamboat.
A series of follow-up protocol for patients getting discharged from Yampa Valley Medical Center is putting the hospital on course to have zero preventable patient harm.
The Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association has multiple options available to help smokers and smokeless tobacco users address complex factors of nicotine addiction that make quitting very difficult.
Animal-assisted therapy organization Heeling Friends will hold its spring recruit next week, and the group is seeking new animal-owner therapy teams to serve locally.
When naturopathic doctor Grace Calihan meets a patient suffering from a particular condition or ailment, she weighs the options of conventional and alternative medicine.
In a town as active as Steamboat Springs, there is no shortage of individuals who have questions about knee pain, as it’s not always easy to know what type of knee pain or injury you may have.
A healthy alternative to french fries.
Being free to enjoy life without the urge to dip is a good reason to quit chewing.
Nearly twice the number of Routt and Moffat County residents have signed up for health insurance through the state marketplace for 2015 as did during open enrollment last year.
A measles outbreak traced to California’s Disneyland amusement park has led to more than 100 cases in several states since December, including one confirmed measles patient in Colorado.
Newly released results from the fall 2013 Healthy Kids Colorado Survey paint a picture of substance use, safety and physical health habits of students in Routt County.
Plateau happens to all of us. From endurance athletes and power lifters to those of us who are trying to lose weight. We get a point in our training where, no matter what we do, we can’t seem to progress. Our first thought is that we’re doing something wrong.