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Tai chi: moving meditation, moving medication

By Helena Gunther Special to The PREVIEW Tai chi (tie-chee) is often described as “moving meditation,” but it might well be called “moving medication.” There is growing evidence (Mayo Clinic,…

Health district board approves loan for equipment

In a special meeting held Oct. 3, the board of the Upper San Juan Health Service District voted to take out a $500,000 loan to acquire additional equipment and make…

Free Medicare 101 class offered at library

By Christina Knoell Special to The PREVIEW Medicare is complicated. It is important that you know your rights, options, deadlines, possible penalties and where to find the information you need.…

Addressing Colorado’s childhood obesity epidemic

By Stephanie Carson Special to The SUN Obesity is on the rise in Colorado’s youngest citizens. In the past four decades, childhood obesity has tripled in the state and Renee…

Ebola: Health officials following CDC guidance

Special to The SUN Colorado has no cases of Ebola, but the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) is following Center for Disease Control and Prevention guidance to…

Learning to give yourself a pat on the back

By John Lough Special to The PREVIEW The world can be a tough place. People can be critical or unappreciative of the things we do. But we sometimes are our…

Division of Insurance approves 2015 health insurance rates

By Vincent Plymell Special to The SUN The Colorado Division of Insurance (DOI), a division of the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA), reviewed and approved 1,072 health insurance plans from…

Celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month with free mammograms

By Karen Forest Special to The SUN The Women’s Wellness Connection and the American Cancer Society urge women ages 40 to 64 years to talk with their doctors during National…

Rotary clubs unite to improve quality of life in Nicaraguan villages

Rotary clubs unite to improve quality of life in Nicaraguan villages

Only 37 percent of the rural households in Nicaragua have latrines, and only 68 percent have improved drinking facilities; the remainder of the population must walk long distances to open…

Medical center sees radiology, revenue increases

The Upper San Juan Health Services District (USJHSD) Board of Directors met on Sept. 23 in a regularly scheduled meeting in which the head of the radiology department was honored…

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