Health

Gun Shops Help with Suicide Awareness
Jan11

Gun Shops Help with Suicide Awareness

Gun shop owners have become unlikely partners in the community’s fight to reduce suicides. Find out how Cole Hyson, owner of the Colorado Trading Company, is helping raise awareness about gun safety and suicide.

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Business Offers Refills to Reduce Plastic
Jan11

Business Offers Refills to Reduce Plastic

Tired of all the plastic that accumulates after you’ve used up the product? WeFill, a new company in town, offers bulk refills of organic soaps, bath products and household cleaners to reduce the amount of plastic used.

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Healthy Living: Seek Support When You’re Attempting to Lose Weight
Jan11

Healthy Living: Seek Support When You’re Attempting to Lose Weight

Dr. Ashley Lucas, founder of PHD Weight Loss, explains why support from other people is critical to meeting your weight-loss goals.

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Healthy Living: Blood Pressure & Eyes
Dec28

Healthy Living: Blood Pressure & Eyes

Find out how doctors can detect early warning signs of high blood pressure through regular eye examinations in this edition of Healthy Living with Dr. Moss Fenberg, ophthalmologist with Southwest Retina Consultants.

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Why Most Diets Don’t Work
Dec20

Why Most Diets Don’t Work

Healthy Living in the Four Corners brings you Dr. Ashley Lucas, a registered dietician and found of PHD Weight Loss, who explains the science behind weight gain and weight loss, and why most diets and exercise regimens fail.

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HEALTHY LIVING: Diabetes & Sight
Nov30

HEALTHY LIVING: Diabetes & Sight

Learn how diabetes can affect your eyesight if you don’t keep your blood-sugar under control.

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Buy Bling for Cancer Support
Oct04

Buy Bling for Cancer Support

The 14th annual Styles’n’Stones Jewlery Show will benefit the Cancer Coalition of Southwest Colorado. Find out how and why the show got started.

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HEALTHY LIVING: Take Care of Your Spine
Sep28

HEALTHY LIVING: Take Care of Your Spine

You don’t have to twist yourself into exotic yoga positions to take care of your spine. Just do what your mother told you to do . . .

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September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month
Sep13

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

Should you be tested for prostate cancer? That depends . . .

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WholeExpo Durango
Sep05

WholeExpo Durango

WholeExpo, the Four Corners 23rd annual mega-event focusing on body, mind and spiritual health. Discover your Whole-Self and enrich your life at the WholeExpo, Durango in September. Enjoy 80 exhibitors offering holistic and environmental products and services. Check out breakthrough nutritional and herbal products at the exhibitors booths. Browse handcrafted jewelry, clothing, paintings, musical instruments, crystals and much, much...

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HEALTHY LIVING: Riding Your Motorcycle
Aug24

HEALTHY LIVING: Riding Your Motorcycle

Dr. Trapper Niccum with Thrive Chiropractic Studio offers tips for health and safe motorcycle riding.

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It All Starts with Good Night’s Sleep
Aug24

It All Starts with Good Night’s Sleep

The foundation of your students’ academic success is a good night sleep and a healthy lifestyle.

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HEALTHY LIVING: What It Means to Be ‘Baby-Friendly
Aug10

HEALTHY LIVING: What It Means to Be ‘Baby-Friendly

San Juan Regional Medical Center is taking steps to become a baby-friendly hospital. Find out what that means.

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BPA and Your Microbiome
Jul18

BPA and Your Microbiome

If you’ve been following my work even for just a short while, you know I’m big on gut health. That’s because science is increasingly discovering the huge impact that our good bacteria have on our health, and how bad bacteria can hinder it. We’re always learning more about the intricacies of our beneficial bacteria, called the microbiome, and the many functions they serve to keep us well.  Functional Medicine always assesses the gut...

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HEALTHY LIVING: Respect=Healing
Jul13

HEALTHY LIVING: Respect=Healing

San Juan Regional Medical Center goes beyond tolerance or respect for differences. Reverence for each and every individual is part of its mission, and it’s one way the hospital supports healing.

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Anxiety Disorders and Eating Disorders: Treat Them Separately or Together?
Jul11

Anxiety Disorders and Eating Disorders: Treat Them Separately or Together?

Anxiety and panic disorders encompass a wide range of psychiatric subtypes including generalized anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder and panic disorder/panic attacks. Development of clinical anxiety disorders generally begins in childhood or adolescence, but adults can be diagnosed with an anxiety disorder when they previously suffered minimal anxiety. Feeling constantly anxious and panic-stricken is...

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What Are the Signs of Cocaine Use, Abuse, and Addiction?
Jul11

What Are the Signs of Cocaine Use, Abuse, and Addiction?

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), around 15% of Americans over the age of 12 have used cocaine at some point in their lives. Cocaine is classed as a stimulant that works on the central nervous system to increase energy levels, which many people come to rely on as a way of coping with a stressful lifestyle or high-powered job. While energy levels are maintained at accelerated levels when cocaine is used, it is...

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What’s Involved in Holistic Drug Rehab?
Jul11

What’s Involved in Holistic Drug Rehab?

“Holistic rehab” is a term that’s used to describe substance use disorder treatment that offers unique therapeutic approaches known as holistics. Holistic therapies are designed to treat an individual as a whole in terms of mind, body, and spirit. The objective of holistic rehabilitation programs is to utilize alternative practices as a supplement to traditional treatment to achieve optimal wellness in preparation for a life in...

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The Best All-Natural Sweeteners for an Autoimmune-Friendly Diet
Jun25

The Best All-Natural Sweeteners for an Autoimmune-Friendly Diet

Article courtesy of Dr. Amy Myer’s MD As you know, the first pillar of The Myers Way® is to remove the toxic and inflammatory foods such as sugar, alcohol, and processed foods that can damage your gut. While following the first 30 days of The Myers Way® Autoimmune Solution Program, I recommend avoiding all sugars (including natural ones). This is particularly important if you’re addressing gut infections such as SIBO and Candida...

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Farmers Market at Three Springs Plaza – Every Thursday
Jun21

Farmers Market at Three Springs Plaza – Every Thursday

THREE SPRINGS FARMERS MARKET BEGINS Thursday, June 21st Every Thursday evening 4-8PM Our market will offer fresh produce and agricultural products from local farms and ranches. For more information contact Longtabledurango@gmail.com or call...

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