Smoke in the air is a significant health risk both for people with chronic lung disease, asthma and heart conditions, as well as those who are healthy and exercise outdoors. Family medicine physician, Jon Rubright, MD, explains the science and how to protect yourself.
Boulder Medical Center is offering flu shot clinics for patients on Saturdays in September, October, and November. An appointment is required. Here are the details.
Smoke from western fires is expected to linger in Boulder County this fall. What can you do when wildfire smoke causes eye problems? Ophthalmologist Dr. Donald McCormack talks about ways that you can get relief from eye irritation caused by smoke.
Join Allergist Katie McCormack, MD for a Good Health Talk Webinar Back-to-School-Be Prepared for Kids’ Asthma and Food Allergies Thank…read more
Boulder Medical Center urologist, Stephen Siegel, MD, offers a minimally invasive option that can treat BPH without the risks of traditional surgery.
We are still learning the many ways in which Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) can impact our bodies…read more
David Grauer, M.D. | Sports Medicine and Orthopedics: Iliotibial (IT) Band Syndrome is a common injury with runners, cyclists, and other athletes.
Karin Susskind, MD, FAAFP: Elimination Communication is a way to interact with your infant and address their need to eliminate waste.
Boulder Medical Center is pleased to announce the opening of its new medical clinic in Erie, Colorado. Located at 89…read more
John Kelley, MD: “Elderberry has seen a resurgence of popularity and consumption during cold and flu season. What’s the science behind this ancient remedy?”