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Flu vaccine is a safeguard for community health

By Lauren Pope Special to The SUN December through February is the typical peak for the influenza virus and with the vaccination taking effect after about two weeks, now is…

Flu vaccine is a safeguard for community health

By Lauren Pope Special to The SUN December through February is the typical peak for the influenza virus and with the vaccination taking effect after about two weeks, now is…

Making holiday parties a positive, enjoyable experience

By John Lough Special to The PREVIEW Tis the season for parties — office parties, social events, get-togethers with friends or relatives. It should be, and can be, a fun…

Learning to care for yourself when caring for another

By John Lough Special to The PREVIEW Taking care of a loved one is not an uncommon occurrence these days. Lifestyle changes and medical advances have more people living longer,…

Earth Community to discuss how to create a culture of good health

By Joan Mieritz Special to The PREVIEW The Earth Community in August had a wonderful lecture at the library given by Fran Korten, publisher of YES Magazine. It is scheduled…

Tips for making the college application process less stressful

By John Lough Special to The PREVIEW If you’re parenting a high school junior or senior, then the stress of applying for a college is probably starting to escalate. While…

Keeping alcohol under control during the holidays

By John Lough Special to The PREVIEW The holiday season brings increased amounts of stress and pressure. It also brings many opportunities to escape that stress. From office parties to…

How to help your teen eat more fruits and vegetables

By Ami Neiberger-Miller Special to The SUN Although childhood obesity rates have leveled off, obesity rates for teens have doubled in recent years. Today, one in every five teens ages…

ACVAP presents art activism project hours after office burns to the ground

ACVAP presents art activism project hours after office burns to the ground

By Casey Crow Special to The PREVIEW Early on the morning of Oct. 22, the staff of the Archuleta County Victim Assistance Program (ACVAP) awoke prepared to host an art…

Don’t let the holidays get you down

By John Lough Special to The PREVIEW While the holiday weeks from Thanksgiving through New Years are a period of enthusiasm and joy most of the time, it can also…