Steamboat Springs attorney Mark Steinke remembers struggling to stay awake during his surgery to have a “brain pacemaker” installed in 2009.
Confused about your health insurance options? You don’t have to be. For the fourth consecutive year, Yampa Valley Medical Center is offering free help through a series of open enrollment application assistance sessions.
Dr. Rosanne Iversen has always tried to provide her patients with personalized care at Steamboat Family Medicine.
Casey's Pond Distinctive Senior Living is holding a seminar series to help local residents prepare for the winter season.
Ask yourself every morning, what is my why? This is all the motivation you need to keep going.
More than a dozen health and wellness experts from Steamboat Springs and beyond will share their know-how Friday as part of the sixth annual Yampa Valley Wellness Conference.
A revamped home for Yampa Valley Medical Center's breast health center and a new cancer care center are among the latest updates to the expanding hospital campus.
Andrea Brunton speaks calmly when reflecting on how breast cancer has affected the last year of her life.
When actress Angelina Jolie chose to have a double mastectomy in 2013, she didn’t have any signs of breast cancer but was instead acting on the results of a genetic test.
The seasonal flu vaccine is the first line of defense against an illness that can leave a person stuck at home feeling miserable, or worse, in the hospital.
Kids can help prepare this dish by measuring and stirring the ingredients together.
No two women are exactly the same, so it’s important to treat them as individuals when screening for breast cancer.
All it took was a brownie with a walnut on top for Dan McNasby to learn about his 2-year-old son’s nut allergy about 11 years ago.
Women who are age 40 to 64 and have limited or no health insurance may qualify for free breast exams and cervical cancer screenings.