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San Juan Basin Public Health amends public health advisory to align with CDC

As cases fall, agency moves to ease masking guidelines and shifts its pandemic response

Local film highlights rafting recovery program in the Durango area

‘The Flow We Find’ follows a Colorado River float trip for those affected by substance abuse

CDC: Many healthy Americans can take a break from masks

Most Americans live in places where healthy people, including students in schools, can safely take a break from wearing masks under new U.S. guidelines released Friday. The Centers for Disea...

Over half of U.S. abortions now done with pills, not surgery

More than half of U.S. abortions are now done with pills rather than surgery, an upward trend that spiked during the pandemic with the increase in telemedicine, a report released Thursday sh...

Colorado may be the next state to decriminalize ‘magic’ mushrooms

New research shows the therapeutic potential of psilocybin, LSD and other psychedelics

Durango City Council taking feedback on proposed tax exemption for menstrual products

A public hearing is scheduled for Wednesday

San Juan Basin Public Health looks to the future after weathering the pandemic

Forced to adapt during COVID-19, agency plans to meet broader needs in La Plata and Archuleta counties

These young adults are shredding, pedaling, climbing – and fighting cancer

Thousands fighting life-threatening illnesses have benefited from First Descents programs in the past 20 years

Southwest Health reports lower hospital volume as omicron cases wane

Hospital officials remain cautious despite lull

COVID-19 vaccine in pregnancy may protect babies after birth

COVID-19 vaccines during pregnancy can protect babies after they’re born and lead to fewer hospitalized infants, a U.S. government study released Tuesday suggested. The study is the first to...

The big picture: Integrated health care looks at social, physical and psychological needs

Axis Health System’s unique model personalizes medicine

Durango nonprofit starts peer recovery support services program in La Plata County

Effort aims to help those suffering from substance use disorders and mental health conditions
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