As tick bite season takes hold in Northwest Colorado and across the country, medical professionals locally are hailing new guidelines that support the use of an antibiotic to help tick bite infections in children.
Moffat County High School will offer sports physicals for both high school and Craig Middle School students from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at The Memorial Hospital Clinic at 785 Russell St. in Craig.
This recipe makes a healthy brunch offering and is perfect for dinner.
If you rode in the “Where the Hell’s Maybell?” ride last Saturday, congratulations! You are likely back in biking shape. If not, don’t worry. Dust off your bike and make a plan to work in some rides, short or long, in honor of May as National Bike Month. Keep it up all summer and you’ll feel right at home watching the USA Pro Challenge events in Steamboat Springs come August!
Eat your greens! Including fresh raw greens in your diet is vital for health and wellness. There is no shortage on green foods to eat, but kale, spinach and parsley are powerhouse greens that contain anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory properties.
It is very important to incorporate warming up your body for an exercise session. A good warm-up should include 5 to 10 minutes of gentle exercise with low intensity movements that simulate the actual activity you are going to perform.
Moffat County High School will host its annual Lewis “Dude” Dent Memorial Award Selection Dinner at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Clarion Inn & Suites, 300 S. Colorado Highway 13.
This recipe uses a pressure cooker to make coconut curry chicken.
Motherhood can be joyful, demanding and — especially for new moms — challenging. Having help and support is critical, but it’s not always easy to find. Living in isolated, rural areas, being far from family and/or having financial difficulties can make pregnancy and motherhood extremely overwhelming and put families at higher risk for health problems with potentially long-term consequences.
A stoke can cause people to act strangely, and sometimes their behaviors are misinterpreted as intoxication or mental illness. There’s the story of a woman who boarded a plane, and after take off she had a stroke. Those around her assumed she was drunk because she slurred her words and her face was lax. Had someone recognized these symptoms as stroke, her outcome would have been much improved.
Eating a rainbow of foods is important for well-being. Yellow foods provide compounds that prevent cancer, anti-inflammatory properties and may protect the brain, heart, eyes and skin.
Hydration refers to how your body retains adequate amounts of water to sustain regular body functions.
Moffat County High School will offer sports physicals for both high school and Craig Middle School students from 5 to 7 p.m. May 27 at The Memorial Hospital Clinic at 785 Russell St. in Craig.
From her cozy room on the second floor of Casey’s Pond senior living center, 97-year-old Elaine Gay remembers the decades of life she’s experienced in the Yampa Valley.
The early morning “Where the Hell’s Maybell?” bicycle event hosted by Craig Parks & Recreation will take place starting at 7 a.m. Saturday at the Northwest Storage parking lot, 1592 W. Victory Way, in Craig. The free ride will set out along US Highway 40, with a second starting point available at 7:30 a.m. at Western Knolls, and cyclists will head 30 miles to the community of Maybell, ending at the local park.