Balsamic grilled peaches
This weekend in Northwest Colorado holds many opportunities to support some worthy causes. And, better still, you can have fun doing it!
Community members and human service agencies gathered together last week at a community forum hosted by Grand Futures Prevention Coalition and the Moffat County Department of Social Services to learn more about prescription drug addiction, heroin abuse and what might be done to work on these problems now, before they become community epidemics.
You don’t have to live on Sesame Street for your rubber ducky to be “the one,” as Ernie would say.
Wooten survived childhood cancer; will have her leg removed to improve quality of life
At 32 years of age, Amanda Wooten of Craig, has decided to cut off her leg. Wooten survived bone cancer as a child and was one of the first in the nation to receive specialized treatment for osteosarcoma. The support of a metal rod in her femur has allowed her to keep her leg for the past 17 years. “Years ago the doctors told me this was life over limb. I was lucky. I got to keep both,” Wooten said.
As the summer produce sales slip away it can become very discouraging.
Get your heart pumping and be prepared to get a little messy Saturday as part of The Color Dash 5K benefiting Boys & Girls Club of Craig.
Sometimes, women need a little extra color on their face to help brighten things up. If you’re feeling blue, or want to try something different and you never wear lipstick, give it a try.
We all know learning demands the ability to concentrate and focus. What we might not consider is that when we are hungry or when we are eating poorly we can’t concentrate or focus very well. It’s true for adults, and it’s especially true for kids.
Quinoa and black bean salad.
The original wood floors inside the historic Solandt Memorial Hospital building in Hayden shine with a luster only truly appreciated by the people who’ve worked so hard to restore the nearly century-old structure.
Shredded carrot and almond salad
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) recently signaled to the nation’s hospitals that it was getting serious and tough about patient safety and the quality of care hospitals provide. The government’s rating system — five stars for the best hospitals and one star for the worst — sends a message that patients have a right to know what’s going on inside the hospitals they entrust with their lives or those of their family members.
We know breastfeeding helps babies and moms, but some benefits may be surprising. This natural process, for example, is a stepping stone to obesity prevention. Breastfeeding is an “on demand” process dictated by a baby’s hunger and fullness cues; you cannot overfeed a breastfeeding baby. This encourages natural appetite regulation and long-term weight control.
Keeping your hair healthy and beautiful depends on how you take care of it. Many wonder if washing it too much makes ends break, while others wonder if they should rarely wash it to keep natural oils on the scalp.