Published on Friday, August 15 2014 09:33
Free Health Lecture
Dancers are athletes. All of the leaps, jumps and turns can take a painful toll on a young dancer’s body. Overuse injuries can occur in the foot, ankle, knee, back or hip. These injuries show up with greater frequency
Published on Thursday, August 14 2014 13:05
By David Hazen
Perhaps you are a frustrated competitive athlete or dancer who is just short of being in the elite category. Maybe you just want to be able to walk an hour without pain. Exercise is touted along with a good diet as the main prescriptions for healthy living, but many times our bodies speak louder than our desire to be active. In
Published on Monday, July 07 2014 12:23
Colorado’s first statewide health insurance cooperative released its preliminary 2015 health insurance rates and plans to the Department of Insurance (DOI), which made those rates public Monday under the CO-OP’s full legal name: Colorado Health Insurance Cooperative, Inc. While health insurance rates have
Published on Thursday, July 31 2014 12:40
By Dr. Sara Hart, ND, MSOM, LAc
Sometimes life unravels itself and everything you once knew to be true, changes. Your daily routine, the place you call home, or the people you spend time with. Loss takes many forms, and when we lose someone or something we love, we have to find a new way of life.
Published on Thursday, July 03 2014 17:08
By Dr. Sara Hart
Drippy noses, itching eyes, fatigue, and shortness of breath are all a terrible combination of symptoms that tend to show up for millions of Americans in summer time. While it seems like an awful way for the season to welcome someone, there are numerous ways to help improve the pattern over time.