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  • Your Healthy Family: Debunking common winter medical myths

    Your Healthy Family: Debunking common winter medical myths

    Friday, December 8 2017 1:27 AM EST2017-12-08 06:27:21 GMT

    As we continue to deal with our current cold snap in southern Colorado, we're talking about a couple of common medical myths with Dr. Ian Tullberg urgent care medical director with UCHealth Memorial.

    As we continue to deal with our current cold snap in southern Colorado, we're talking about a couple of common medical myths with Dr. Ian Tullberg urgent care medical director with UCHealth Memorial.

  • Your Healthy Family: Stay safe in bitter cold temperatures

    Your Healthy Family: Stay safe in bitter cold temperatures

    Thursday, December 7 2017 10:47 AM EST2017-12-07 15:47:29 GMT
    Frostbite most commonly affects areas that stick out, like the fingers, nose, toes and face.Frostbite most commonly affects areas that stick out, like the fingers, nose, toes and face.

    The first big chill of the winter season can feel especially brutal, as we have been feeling in southern Colorado. When the weather takes a sharp turn for the colder, it can be easy for us to get caught out of practice with our winter preparedness. 

    The first big chill of the winter season can feel especially brutal, as we have been feeling in southern Colorado. When the weather takes a sharp turn for the colder, it can be easy for us to get caught out of practice with our winter preparedness. 

  • Your Healthy Family: As flu season comes on, it's National Handwashing Week

    Your Healthy Family: As flu season comes on, it's National Handwashing Week

    Wednesday, December 6 2017 8:46 AM EST2017-12-06 13:46:17 GMT
    Handwashing is the single most important entity in controlling infections in health careHandwashing is the single most important entity in controlling infections in health care

    Phyllis Woods is the manager of infection prevention with UCHealth Memorial who says, "Handwashing is the single most important entity in controlling infections in health care."

    Phyllis Woods is the manager of infection prevention with UCHealth Memorial who says, "Handwashing is the single most important entity in controlling infections in health care."

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