Obesity is a health condition that affects more than 40 percent of women and 35 percent of men in the United States. Your primary care provider can help with screening, counseling, and interventions if needed.
Category Archives: Nutrition
Susan Puckett, PA is part of both the internal medicine and otolaryngology departments at Boulder Medical Center. She discusses recent findings around the science and benefits of fasting for your health.
Dr. Jose Delgado, MD, internal medicine specialist at Boulder Medical Center, discusses the new blood pressure targets, home blood pressure monitoring, lifestyle modifications and more…
Drinking too much alcohol increases people’s risk of injuries, violence, drowning, liver disease and some types of cancer. Learn more about how alcohol affects your body, strategies for reducing or quitting, resources for getting help.
by Elizabeth Helgans, PA-C (and Celiac) Boulder Medical Center As a Physician Assistant in Gastroenterology and person with Celiac Disease, I am…read more
Drinking too much on a single occasion, or over time, can have a serious impact on your health. Boulder Medical…read more
by Eric Zacharias, MD Internal Medicine Specialist Boulder Medical Center Colorado is a great place to visit for mountain activities. Unfortunately,…read more
Eighty percent of kidney stones occur in men. An interesting statistic considering passing a kidney stone is often compared to…read more
How do I know if my breastfed baby is getting enough milk? Many parents worry if their baby is getting…read more
A term commonly used in nutrition discussions about diet is glycemic index. Glycemic index is formally defined as the amount…read more