Healthy eating: Share your healthy recipes

It’s time for us to publish healthy recipes from others in our community. Do you have a recipe that is relatively easy to prepare from commonly found ingredients that you would like to share?

Health Insurance Tip: Three tips for navigating insurance

Colorado Exchange open enrollment began on Nov. 1, and runs through Jan. 31, 2016. UnitedHealthcare offers a variety of health plans on the Colorado Exchange and knows the process for picking a plan can often be confusing. It’s important to understand your health plan options in order to select a plan that will help enhance your health and possibly save you money in the year ahead.

Craig health briefs for Nov. 14, 2015: VNA will host holiday grief support event

Health-related news and announcements, and tips for staying healthy from Craig and Moffat County healthcare providers.

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TMH Living Well: TMH Mom Daina Wagner shares highlights of Cashlin’s first year

It has been a year since the TMH Babies Happen Here moms gave birth! Little Quincey Loya and Cashlin Wagner are thriving and enjoying life. We checked in with Daina, Cashlin’s mom for highlights of her first year.

Beauty Tip: Get your beauty rest

Getting enough sleep not only makes you feel good, it also helps you look good.

Fitness Tip: Getting rid of flabby arms

Flabby arms are easy to tackle as long as you stick with a regular routine each week.

Superfood Tip: Add a little spice to food with curry

Did you know that curry powder has a number of health benefits?

Healthy Eating: Pumpkin Curry Soup

The seasonings give this soup an appealing sweetness, and the use of canned pumpkin makes the preparation quick. Cooked winter squash (butternut, Hubbard) can be a substitute for the canned pumpkin.

Health insurance open enrollment FAQs

Take advantage of help enrolling in health insurance

If the thought of finding health insurance makes your blood pressure rise, it's understandable. The process can be confusing and complex. The insurance marketplace, where many people will need to get their health insurance for 2016, is not open long; you need to enroll by Dec. 15 to be covered at the beginning of New Year. The following are answers to frequent questions about open enrollment. The most important thing to know is that free, in person assistance is available locally to help you find the right plan.

Test results show no indication of bacterial meningitis Tuesday

Test results for the two teens who presented with possible meningitis symptoms this weekend have shown no indication of bacterial meningitis, according to TMH Chief of Marketing and Business Development Jennifer Riley.

No confirmed cases of meningitis in Moffat County reported Monday

No confirmed cases of meningitis have been reported in Moffat County as of Monday afternoon, according to Director of Public Health Charity Neal with Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association.

Craig health briefs for Nov. 7, 2015: The Memorial Hospital to host quarterly What to Expect presentation

Health-related news and announcements, and tips for staying healthy from Craig and Moffat County healthcare providers.

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Pregnancy Center fundraiser to help meet increased demand

The Yampa Valley Pregnancy and Family Center is holding its big fundraiser Saturday, and the event couldn’t come at a better time for the organization. The center has nearly doubled the amount of traffic coming through its doors since May, and is beginning to find its feet again after nearly closing up shop earlier this year.

Health Insurance Tip: Are you eligible for tax subsidies?

Though the state health insurance marketplace is open to anyone who wants to purchase health coverage, only some are eligible for tax credits via the marketplace.

Medicare Tip: Can you spot Medicare fraud?

The Senior Medicare Patrol is an educational program designed by the State Health Insurance Assistance program to help consumers learn how to “protect, detect and report” health care fraud. What can you do if you see suspicious charges on your Medicare Summary Notice or doctor bill?