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Healthy eating: Light asparagus salad

A delicious recipe for light asparagus salad.

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Healthy holiday eating tips for people with diabetes

Eating healthy at holiday celebrations can be difficult especially for people who have diabetes. In moderation all holiday foods are nice according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Moffat County Locals: Klein family trusts in God to see them through difficult times

The beautiful blonde-haired, blue-eyed baby girl looked like a tiny perfect princess, but she was battling a monster hidden under her skin and encoded in her DNA. She was only 18 months old when Craig girl Aveahna Klein started the fight of her life. And her parents confronted the greatest fear of every parent — a sick infant and a long line of doctors that were unable to provide answers about the cause.

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Northwest Colorado experts provide tips to avoid hypothermia, frostbite

It’s cold outside, and cold, wet weather poses risks of hypothermia and frostbite. “Cold weather can affect your body in different ways. You can get frostbite, which is an injury to the body that is caused by freezing. Your body can also lose heat faster than you can produce it, that can cause hypothermia, or abnormally low body temperature,” according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.

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Superfood Tip: Drink herbal tea for wellness

The USDA recommends we get five servings of fruits and vegetables daily. This is because research has shown that this amount of fruit and vegetables may help promote optimal health and disease prevention.

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Beauty tip: Moisturize dry lips

Chapped lips are painful and uncomfortable, making it difficult to eat food, drive beverages and talk. As the weather continues to get colder and dryer, the chances of dealing with chapped lips increases.

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Fitness Tip: Are your legs ready for skiing and snowboarding?

If you like alpine skiing and you’re out of shape, hitting the slopes can turn into an uncomfortable and painful experience.

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TMH Living Well: Healthy eating tips for the holidays

It’s easy to see the holidays as a free pass when it comes to eating. After all, when you are careful most of the time it’s tempting to want to blow off some steam in the name of celebrating by eating and drinking too much. While it’s okay to splurge once in a while, in order to not lose ground with healthy eating habits it’s best to temper the splurge by staying conscious of the choices you make at holiday gatherings. Below are some tips to keep you on track this holiday season.

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Northwest Colorado Health: Give yourself the gift of health

Some of the best gifts don’t gleam from shop windows, catalogs and websites. Taking an active role in our own health — making good lifestyle choices and taking steps to prevent illness or injury — is one of the most valuable gifts we can give ourselves and those we care about. Here are just a few suggestions for your self-health gift list in 2017.

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Healthy eating: Easy rice pudding

Delicious and easy rice pudding recipe.

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Some sugary holiday treats are safer on teeth than sports drinks

This time of year, it’s not only jolly men in red, fur-trimmed suits who are nibbling on cakes, cookies and candy canes. Tempting sweet holiday treats are on offer just about everywhere. Area dentists offer some surprising advice about the treats most likely to cause cavities, and sports drinks rank highly on their Grinch list.

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Fitness Tip: Combine exercise with chores by shoveling snow

Don't let the snowy weather halt your exercise routine. A number of workouts exist at your fingertips, including shoveling snow.

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Superfood Tip: Elk meat rich in iron, low in fat

This time of year, many of us in this part of the country have a freezer full of elk. Elk meat is the leanest, healthiest red and white meat available.

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Beauty Tip: Don't be a flake — exfoliate

When your skin is dry and flaky, it’s important to exfoliate dead skin off your body. After you exfoliate, don’t forget to moisturize.