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TMH Living Well: OB-GYN provides lifelong care to women of all ages

The Memorial Hospital’s Dr. Eileen Joyce has delivered many babies in her 22 years as an OB-GYN, but that special privilege is just part of her practice. Her broader goal is to help women stay healthy from adolescence through older age.

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Health Briefs: Walking group starts April 14

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

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Healthy Eating: Granolaberry pancakes

A recipe for healthy breakfast pancakes.

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Health Works manager brings listening ear to customers

Daniel Wright has managed Craig health food store since 2004

Daniel Wright has managed Health Works since 2004, and he’s worked at health food stores for about 25 years — experience he taps when he talks with customers.

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Writing, moving, playing and fellowship mark Wellness Wednesdays

Wednesday's activities at The Journey at First Baptist are part of Northwest Colorado VNA's Aging Well programs — with help from CNCC

Nancy Loughran said group members inevitably share a great deal about their lives, trekking together through all sorts of powerful emotional territory.

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Scores of children come to Children's Health Fair in Moffat County School District

Developmental screenings mark key preparations before children enter preschool

About 120 children came to the two-day fair this year, according to Stephanie Davis, the district’s preschool director, allowing those children to get health and developmental screenings that they’ll need to enter preschool.

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Residents encourage celebration of World Autism Awareness Day

Local resident recalls journey that brought him back to Craig

“That’s what my whole life has been about,” said Adam Mercier, 30. “I can do complex things, but simple things — good luck.”

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Health Briefs: The Memorial Hospital Foundation Donates to TMH Toy Closet

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

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Superfood Tip: Spring foods that make you feel good

Health magazine has suggestions on foods that will not only make you look good, but also keep you feeling great.

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Beauty Tip: Keeping your teeth white and bright

The American Dental Association has tons of tips on how to keep your teeth white. It also outlines reasons why our teeth change colors, including drinking coffee, using tobacco, aging and medications.

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Fitness Tip: Ways to get more out of your walk

My Fitness Pal, an app for smart phone and tablet users, gives tons of suggestions on health and wellness.

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Healthy eating: Avocado lime deviled eggs

A different take on traditional deviled eggs.

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Thinking About Health: Medicare’s 3-day rule makes nursing home stays expensive

Judy Norblade, a retired marketing director, and her husband, Paul, a retired teacher, thought they had all their financial bases covered. They had Medicare, good supplemental coverage from a Medigap policy, a drug plan that paid for most of their prescriptions and long-term-care insurance for a nursing home they hoped they would never need.

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TMH Living Well: What to ask at the Health Fair

The Memorial Hospital is holding a health fair on from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 16 and you are invited! Come with your lab tests completed and a list of questions to ask about what your labs say about you and how you can improve your health. Here are some ideas to get you started.

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New community connectors reach, with empathy, into Spanish-speaking population

Two new members of the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association bring language skills, and a host of other talents, to their work

“I tell people that I’ll give them rides, just to build trust,” Erick Ocampo said. He noted that he’d spent seven hours in the emergency room with a patient — and that he’d helped the man to receive care by listening to his story in Spanish when he needed emergency assistance.