Longtime Steamboat Springs resident Jesse James “Buddy” Romero was hit with troubling news last October, after suffering a seizure in his home.
Yampa Valley Medical Center is seeking caring people to join its volunteer team. There are openings in the following programs: cookie cart, day surgery, front desk at the Outpatient Pavilion and our music program.
This recipe can be made with local beef or pork and help celebrate Agriculture Appreciation Week.
When someone ends up at the hospital with an unexpected illness or injury, the last thing they want to worry about is what their insurance will cover or what sort of care they’ll need once they’re discharged. That’s where case managers come in.
Yampa Valley Medical Center has been named a Top 100 Hospital in the United States by an organization that evaluates more than 2,700 hospitals across the country.
We’re all just pretending to like kale, right?
The community is invited to a discussion about inequities in health services for disabled people who also face challenges related to race, sexual orientation and gender identity.
The next time you’re searching for a supplement to help protect your skin or bolster your memory, you may want to start in your kitchen.
Northwest Colorado women who struggle to afford long-lasting birth control devices could now receive the products for free, thanks to a new Steamboat Springs women’s group.
Tucked down a long hallway in the Victoria Building in downtown Steamboat Springs is a small organization aiming to make a big impact on health in Northwest Colorado.
Stir-fry bok choy
We stand at the convergence of humanities and technology, and vertical aeroponics serves as nature with aerodynamic design.
I recently read an article about getting rid of toxic things in your life. It made me think about what actually fills my cup. And, on the flip side, what drains it.
If there’s one thing most kids have heard at the dinner table, it’s, “Stop playing with your food.” But playing with food is actually an important way for children to learn about foods.
Anyone who needs hospice receives it, regardless of their ability to pay. Care can involve medications; equipment, such as beds; walkers and wheelchairs; oxygen; and other supplies. Costs often exceed insurance reimbursement. Hospice Daffodils and private donations help cover this gap.