Director of quality for Axis Health System. Reach him at email@example.com or (970) 335-2217
President and CEO for United Way and a Durango High Noon Rotary Club member.
Director of Case Management with Community Connections Inc.
is the communications director for the San Juan Basin Health Department.
Have you ever tried to climb a slippery, mud-covered hillside?
Sometimes it can be nearly impossible without special shoes, poles or a helping hand to pull you up. This difficult situation seems similar to the many stories about people trapped in poverty in our community. There are numerous reasons that people face hard times, from bad...
Amid the barbecues and fireworks of our Fourth of July celebrations, I like to reflect on what actually brought us to our national independence. I imagine this adolescent nation, chafing at the oppressive oversight of its parent empire, ready to spread its wings and go its own way and make its own decisions. The Brits responded with a mixture of...
A single low-income mom with three small children comes in to the San Juan Basin Health Department office to receive education and support along with vouchers from the Women, Infants, and Children program to help provide her family with healthy foods such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains and milk.
In conversation, the mom shares with...
Lady Luck has been shining on Southwest Colorado recently as it relates to natural disasters.
The fire threats that we have had in these past several years have been quickly addressed and remained far enough from our towns to prevent extensive damage or loss of life. Knock on wood – the much-welcomed rain this year should work in...
On Father’s Day, instead of another tie or sweater, let’s resolve to give the gift of health and wellness, to keep Dad in good shape and available for our love for many years to come.
Do you know the greatest threats to men’s health? The list is surprisingly short. The top causes of death among adult men in the U.S.
William Burroughs once wrote, “There are no innocent bystanders ... what were they doing there in the first place?”
This may be an overstatement in some cases, but I do wonder if there are ever innocent bystanders in an incident of bullying. Can I truly be innocent if I witness the harming of another and do...
It’s National Physical Fitness month. Durango is well-known for its athletes and fitness buffs. If you are one of these folks, congratulations! You can quit reading now and go out for a ride or run.
This article is aimed at those who are having some difficulty getting motivated to exercise. I have good news for you: The amount of...