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Emerging Tools to Monitor Health and Personal Care

Caregiving for a family member has become a new job title for many relatives. Currently, 39% of U.S. adults provide care for a relative or close … more

If it’s Tuesday, get running

Running is a great all-around form of exercise that anyone can add to their workout routine, and as the Colorado summer heats up the beautiful … more

Making the Brain Better at Math

Many people believe your brain is either hard-wired to do math, or it isn’t and you have to live with it. This just isn’t true. With all that we … more

Your Brain is Like a Sledding Hill

So often in life as well as in science, things would just be easier if they were this or that, black or white, nature or nurture. But like life … more

Jaw Pain - Find the Remedy

Jane* had suffered from pain in her jaws for as long as she could remember. When I met Jane for the first time, she was a part of special ops in the … more

Eating Healthy in College

If you are heading off to college you may want to make a copy of these nutrition tips to keep in your planner. Listed are ideas for eating healthy in … more

Transplant Survivor rides float

When Connor Randall, 22, was 13 years old, he received a rose from his aunt that represented a spot on the Donor Alliance float in the 2006 Rose Parade, and this year, he received a rare chance to ride the same float. Randall, an Arvada resident, … more

Resolute Run benefits food bank

New Year’s resolutions are commonplace and commonly broken but this year, Arvada and Denver-Metro residents are resolving to run for a better cause. The Resolute Run, a 5k race held Jan. 1, at Memorial park, 8001 W. 59 Ave, encourages citizens … more

Frequently Asked Questions From Parents- Part One

Everyday, the Lindamood-Bell® Learning Center receives phone calls or talks face to face with the parents of potential or current students. These … more

What you need to know about flu prevention

Colder weather brings people together, and if not careful, can cause you to walk away with a cold or the flu. “We see more cases in the winter months because in winter we’re indoors more and in closer contact,” NextCare national director … more

A local place to meet and eat

Every Thursday, a group of volunteers at the First United Methodist Church wake up early to prepare a hot lunch for the city’s residents who are in need of a meal and some good company. The program called “Hunger Watch” serves about 32 … more

Inactivity Leading More Doctors to Prescribe Exercise

It’s not surprising that obesity is linked to sedentary activities and there is a known link between sitting and diabetes, heart disease and more … more

Power of Well-Being Found in Belonging

The fountain of health lies in belonging to a group.  At least that’s what the research reveals. In the last sixty years there have been numerous … more

Three Reasons Your Knee Pain Won’t Go Away- And What You Can Do About It

Is your knee pain affecting your quality of life? If so - you are not alone. Knee pain affects over 6% of all adults over age 30 and nearly 10% of … more

The Importance of Self-Care

As a therapist I always stress the importance of self-care.  In this day and age how many of us really give ourselves permission to take care of … more

Striding into the future

The mission of Stride is to provide the pathway to self-sufficiency, and the organization has been working for more than 20 years to provide that service to those in need. “We started because we saw a lot of community members weren’t seeing … more

The Top 3 Reasons You Should See A Specialist To Treat Your Car Accident Injuries

Let’s face it. Getting injured in a car accident is not the same as other kinds of injuries. The car accident usually affects more than one area. … more

New Year, New Brain

In some ways, your brain is fragile – prone to damage by even a slight bump against your skull or an untreated infection. But the flip side of this … more

How to Select and Negotiate for Long Term Care

To ensure that you are selecting a long term care community that meets the needs of your family it is worth the time to conduct due diligence on the … more

Your Teenager’s Brain Exposed

First, let’s be clear: these are explanations, not excuses. No one’s condoning your son’s tendency to drive 20 miles over the speed limit or … more
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