It may seem counterintuitive, but the holidays — filled with joy and warmth — are a prime time for feeling sad, lonely, stressed or even depressed. Here are 10 ways to beat the blues this season.
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Nutmeg is an aromatic spice that induces feelings of the holidays. It is packed with potential health benefits including antioxidant and antimicrobial properties.
Even though this time of year is usually full of happiness and cheer, there can still be some stressors that impact your day.
Flu season is ramping up in Colorado, with the most recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention statistics showing increased influenza activity across the state.
For more than 50 years, local resident Margrit has played tug-o-war with cigarettes. She’s repeatedly quit smoking, only to be pulled back into the habit while coping with stress.
Flu cases are increasing in Colorado, and it’s not too late to get your vaccine. Drop in flu clinics will be held from 8:30 to noon Tuesday at the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association in Craig.
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Your overall daily diet intake includes not only what you are eating, but also what you are drinking.
Cinnamon is a common spice used during the holidays. Besides being delicious and fragrant it is packed with many potential health benefits.
Early data from the Centers for Disease Control suggest that this year’s flu season could be severe. If you haven’t received your flu shot consider getting one now.
This hearty stew also can be made without the addition of peanut butter, but it tastes better when it’s included.
Are you looking for a way to add variety to your exercise program and take your fitness to the next level?
It seems nothing says holidays more than bright red cranberries.
A recent study shows that a single poor night’s sleep can cause symptoms of depression, anxiety and stress. Many nights in a row have even worse effects. We all know how important good sleep is to our general wellbeing.