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My GI doctor suggest that I go into the ER this morning he's out of Denver so instead of driving all the way to Denver I went to Grandview. Big mistake I had the pleasure to meet one of their wise guys. As I was telling Dr. Donahue my issues he decided to be a wise guy and told me "I'm smarter to know that pelvic floor dysfunction, constipation and stomach have nothing to do with each other they are 3 different things". Oh my stay calm so as I was explaining how these 3 things go together. For the Dr to say I guess I'm just a dumb ER doctor. Well that's when I walked out. I'm sorry was that comment helping you examine me or just showing you can be a dick. Let me say yep you're pretty dumb. Let me explain how this works first with pelvic floor dysfunction you have a sphincter before you go p**p well that thing can get locked up for days even weeks. Wow guess what that causes chronic constipation do you know when you are full of bowel movement guess what everything you eat and drink has no place to digest causing nausea and vomiting. So see Mr Smart Doctor or is it Dumb Doctor because you called yourself both. I hope you see how these all work together now and I hope you don't do that to your next patient. FYI if you would of sat and had a decent conversation with me then you would of know my last bowel was nothing but coffee grounds had that picture that I was going to show you but instead you want to be a dick thanks. Now I'm trying to find gas money to get me to Denver cuz my doctor says I need to be seen soon. Now see your actions your comments have consequences maybe not for you but for your patients.
Take care of yourselves during these extraordinary times.
Thank you second floor.
Aww!! Thank you Grandview Team, Happy Easter from North!
Congratulations to our partners at UCHealth on their groundbreaking ceremony this morning for the new UCHealth!!

UCHealth Grandview Hospital provides advanced, close to home care for patients in Colorado Springs.

If you have an accident, injury or illness, UCHealth Grandview Hospital is the place to go to help you start feeling better. From fast access to emergency room services to outpatient surgery or inpatient stays, our new
community hospital offers the highest quality of care in a smaller, more personal

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How to use your Instant Pot for delicious homemade yogurt and other great recipes 01/27/2023

How to use your Instant Pot for delicious homemade yogurt and other great recipes

Some people wonder if they should bother getting an Instant Pot. Try making Instant Pot yogurt or rice and it may change your mind. 🍚

Check out our Instant Pot recipes here:

How to use your Instant Pot for delicious homemade yogurt and other great recipes You can make delicious Instant Pot yogurt a gallon at a time. It's also great for white rice recipes. Learn tips and tricks.

Winter Carnival in Steamboat Springs offers fun, community and snow 01/26/2023

Winter Carnival in Steamboat Springs offers fun, community and snow

Are you looking for the perfect winter activity to add to your calendar?
The Steamboat Springs Winter Carnival is the perfect blend of Western heritage and a love for all things snow. The festivities happen from Feb. 8 - Feb. 12.

🐎⛷️ Skijoring
🔥 S’mores party
🧊 Snow sculpture competition
🎆 Night Extravaganza Firework Show
And so much more!

Winter Carnival in Steamboat Springs offers fun, community and snow Winter Carnival is quintessential Steamboat – the perfect blend of Western heritage mixed with a love for all things snow.

Blood donations needed: supplies critically low 01/25/2023

Blood donations needed: supplies critically low

Blood supplies across the state are at critically low levels. Donations of all blood types are needed and essential. This year, the seasonal lull and impact of a recent cold snap dramatically impacted local blood supplies while the needs of patients increased.

Learn more about donation locations and donor eligibility: https://bit.ly/3WzcEGx

Blood donations needed: supplies critically low UCHealth Garth Englund Blood Centers are asking the public to consider donating blood in the next three weeks to help save lives.

900 pounds and hopeless: Katie's weight-loss story 01/24/2023

900 pounds and hopeless: Katie's weight-loss story

Katie Peterson weighed nearly 900 pounds. She dealt with food addiction and obesity from a young age and as she experienced abuse, the death of her father, and feelings of guilt for not being a good mom in her adult life, she continued to turn to food to cope.

Many surgeons turned her down for weight loss surgery over the years, but finally she was able to get her surgery at UCHealth. She's now on a journey to becoming healthier. https://bit.ly/3kxNWJq

900 pounds and hopeless: Katie's weight-loss story At 44 years old, Katie had almost given up. But one doctor didn’t turn her away for bariatric surgery. Here is her weight-loss story.

Free days at Denver's beloved cultural institutions in 2023 01/23/2023

Free days at Denver's beloved cultural institutions in 2023

Did you know that you can visit some of Colorado’s most beloved cultural institutions for free? Here is your ultimate guide to exploring 2023 free days in the Denver area: https://bit.ly/3ZQYS4T

Free days at Denver's beloved cultural institutions in 2023 Enjoy Denver's free days at its cultural institutions. Explore the zoo, Museum of Nature and Science, and botanic gardens. Get your tickets.

Timeline photos 01/22/2023

Each month we like to highlight some of our charity and non-profit partners and the important work that they do in our Colorado communities. Here are January's Charities of the Month:

StableStrides provides equine-assisted therapeutic services for people living with disabilities. Horses and the therapy they provide is essential to their adaptive riding and physical, occupational and speech therapy programs.

Hope Lives The Lydia Dody Breast Cancer Support Center provides services and products to breast cancer warriors, helping them manage the physical, emotional and social side effects of cancer treatment. Their goal is to improve quality of life for cancer warriors. Some of their services and products include acupuncture, counseling, personal training, skin care, nutritional coaching, hair care, makeup and wigs, stress management and more.

Epilepsy Foundation of Colorado & Wyoming is the leader in connecting, educating and empowering everyone affected by epilepsy. They are offering a free 90-minute Seizure Recognition and First Aid Certification training, which will teach you how to recognize different types of seizures, respond with appropriate first aid and understand when to call for additional help. This month’s course will be on January 25.

Timeline photos 01/21/2023

Mark your calendars, evre is back!

We are so excited to be hosting our signature health event celebrating women for the 5th year on Saturday March 11, 2023. This event will feature heart-pumping fitness classes, free biometric health screenings, health and wellness vendors, an inspirational keynote speaker and more! Stay tuned for ticket registration, announcement of the keynote speaker and more.

Monument pilot back in the air after a rare jaw cancer causes turbulence 01/20/2023

Monument pilot back in the air after a rare jaw cancer causes turbulence

As an Air Force Academy graduate, fighter pilot, long-time Southwest captain and flight instructor, Reed Schotanus has spent much of his life in the sky. So when he was diagnosed with a rare form of jaw cancer in 2018, Reed didn’t appreciate the disease clipping his wings, even temporarily. He was determined not to be grounded for long.

“As a pilot, when there’s a problem, we have to fix it right away. You’ve got about three seconds to take care of it,” said Reed. “When I found out I had cancer, there was no time for self-pity. It was ‘What can we do now? How do I get better?’’’

After three extensive surgeries he is now cancer free with a new jaw bone constructed from his own fibula, and he's flying again. Through physical therapy, mobility work and hitting the gym regularly, he's been able to get back to outdoor adventures with his kids as well.

Reed's advice for others; “live one day at a time and don’t sweat the small stuff.” https://bit.ly/3kcpexN

Monument pilot back in the air after a rare jaw cancer causes turbulence After a diagnosis of odontogenic clear cell carcinoma of the left mandible, a surgeon used a patient's fibula bone to reshape his jaw.

Photos from UCHealth's post 01/19/2023

As part of Fight Like A Ram, cancer warriors joined the Colorado State Women's Basketball team for practice prior to this Saturday's game against UNLV. This weekend, the Rams play for them and everyone affected by cancer 💚

Fentanyl overdose: What to do when someone overdoses and stops breathing 01/18/2023

Fentanyl overdose: What to do when someone overdoses and stops breathing

In Colorado and across the United States, the number of people dying from overdoses of illicitly manufactured fentanyl, has risen dramatically. Here's how to spot an overdose and what to do: https://bit.ly/3X8nMLJ

Fentanyl overdose: What to do when someone overdoses and stops breathing A person who is experiencing a fentanyl overdose can stop breathing within minutes. Get the facts. Learn the signs and symptoms of addiction.

Optune device, positive outlook let glioblastoma patient live his life 01/17/2023

Optune device, positive outlook let glioblastoma patient live his life

Bruce Stahlman and wife Kelly have faced more than their share of difficult times, losing their twin sons in 2014 and 2015, and then shortly after absorbing the shock of Bruce’s glioblastoma diagnosis.

Bruce started using an Optune device, which administers electrical fields into the brain and slows cancer cells ability to divide. The average prognosis for patients using Optune is about 21 months, but Bruce has more than doubled that. Bruce's doctors believe that his attitude and outlook has helped prolong his life.

Refusing to become the victim, Bruce practices gratitude every day, and credits faith, science, nutrition, exercise, a doctor you trust, and friends and family for his continued success. Through losing their sons Kelly and Bruce have become resilient, and rather than focusing on understanding something that’s not understandable, they focus on moving forward and giving back to those who have helped them through their journey. https://bit.ly/3GpXQE6

Optune device, positive outlook let glioblastoma patient live his life Glioblastoma accounts for about half of all brain tumors in the U.S. The Novocure Optune device has been proven to slow growth of the tumors.

Grocery prices are up: Here's how to eat healthy and stay on budget 01/15/2023

Grocery prices are up: Here's how to eat healthy and stay on budget

You want to eat healthy in the new year, but grocery prices are rising. Don’t despair. There are ways to eat healthier and stay on a budget, too.

Lauren Larson, a registered dietitian nutritionist at UCHealth, shares her top tips for frugal and healthy eating.

Grocery prices are up: Here's how to eat healthy and stay on budget Grocery prices are rising in the United States. Some families struggle to pay for healthy food. These tips can help you stay on budget.

Strep throat cases are on the rise. Learn to look for the warning signs. 01/14/2023

Strep throat cases are on the rise. Learn to look for the warning signs.

Strep throat cases are on the rise 📈 Understanding the difference between a sore throat and strep throat can help you determine your next steps for treatment.

We spoke with Dr. Usatch, medical director for the emergency department at UCHealth, to better understand the difference between a sore throat and strep throat.

Strep throat cases are on the rise. Learn to look for the warning signs. Strep throat is a bacterial infection with symptoms and treatment that differ from a “normal” sore throat. Get the answers you need.

African surgeon plans to open Rwanda's first burn center thanks to training from Colorado doctors 01/13/2023

African surgeon plans to open Rwanda's first burn center thanks to training from Colorado doctors

Dr. Umutoniwase, a Rwandan surgeon, traveled more than 8,000 miles from his rural hospital in Rwanda to Colorado to learn from the pros at the UCHealth Burn and Frostbite Center. He hopes to open the first burn center in his home country thanks to the training he is receiving.

Patients in Rwanda needing burn care must travel at least six hours by car to the capital city of Kigali. "Rwanda is a country of 12 million people, and they have no burn centers," said Dr. Arek Wiktor, director of the burn center at UCHealth.

During Dr. Umutoniwase's six-week stay, UCHealth specialists are teaching him new techniques and will send him home with donated equipment.

African surgeon plans to open Rwanda's first burn center thanks to training from Colorado doctors American doctors teach this surgeon methods, like using honey and banana leaves for burns, which he can use at his future Rwanda burn center.

01/13/2023

Thank you for the support of these Cancer Warriors, Colorado Eagles 💜

New rheumatoid arthritis research points to bacterial strain in the gut as a disease trigger 01/12/2023

New rheumatoid arthritis research points to bacterial strain in the gut as a disease trigger

The immune system of people with autoimmune diseases cause the body to attack itself, and the reason why remains murky. Genetics, individual biomarkers, environmental exposures, and lifestyle choices are among the factors.

Now researchers at the University of Colorado – Anschutz Medical Campus have identified a new suspect: a strain of bacteria lurking in the gut that may be a trigger for rheumatoid arthritis (RA), an autoimmune disease that attacks the joints. https://bit.ly/3QgT5RZ

New rheumatoid arthritis research points to bacterial strain in the gut as a disease trigger New research suggests a bacterial strain found in the gut may trigger rheumatoid arthritis, an autoimmune disease that attacks the joints.

Living kidney donation: The ultimate gift from the ultimate stranger 01/11/2023

Living kidney donation: The ultimate gift from the ultimate stranger

In 2019, Chris Sullivan had a flash of clarity while watching the end of a news clip. He knew he had to help and was inspired to donate a kidney to a stranger.

While he didn’t know it at the time, Chris had taken his first step on a journey that would take him from a hospital bed with one less kidney to climbing Mount Kilimanjaro 18 months later, with other kidney donors like himself.

Because Chris has O-positive blood, his kidney was in high demand. Once the initial evaluation was complete, he quickly matched with a recipient and was ready for the donation operation. His hospital stay was quick and uneventful: out of UCHealth on day 3, working on day 5 and traveling on a plane for work by day 9.

Chris’ kidney went to a 32-year-old man from the mid-West. The recipient’s operation went well; the kidney turned red and produced urine immediately. In turn, two other people donated kidneys in a chain connected to the kidney Chris donated, meaning three people’s lives were changed forever.

Living kidney donation: The ultimate gift from the ultimate stranger Chris heard about it on TV and knew he wanted to be a living kidney donor. Read his story to learn how to donate a kidney.

How to celebrate the Chinese New Year 01/10/2023

How to celebrate the Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year celebrates prosperity and respect and, like many American holidays, includes decorations, gifts, family gatherings, remembrances and symbolism. The Year of the Water Rabbit starts Jan. 22, 2023, here's how to celebrate and all the important symbolism behind it: https://bit.ly/3WITtLe

How to celebrate the Chinese New Year Chinese New Year celebrates prosperity and, like many American holidays, includes decorations, gifts, gatherings, remembrances and symbolism.

Pap smear is best defense against cervical cancer 01/09/2023

Pap smear is best defense against cervical cancer

Getting a Pap smear may not be on the list of your top favorite things to do, but if you are a woman in your 20s or older, getting a Pap test is the best thing you can do to detect cervical cancer. https://bit.ly/3FPpxWE

Pap smear is best defense against cervical cancer A Pap smear is the best thing you can do to detect cervical cancer, according to Dr. Dirk Pikaart, a UCHealth gynecologic oncologist.

Frozen art: Visit ice and snow sculptures in Colorado 01/06/2023

Frozen art: Visit ice and snow sculptures in Colorado

Art comes in so many forms, but during Colorado’s winter it comes in the shape of snow and ice sculptures.

From the snow sculpture championships in Breckenridge that bring competitors from around the world to an evening bonfire in Berthoud to enjoy the warmth of an ice tower slowly melting away, Colorado’s winter provides an opportunity to enjoy a wonderland beyond the ski slopes. These spectacular winter events bring life to a cold, white canvas and the communities that host them. https://bit.ly/3C1q1rK

Frozen art: Visit ice and snow sculptures in Colorado Art comes in so many forms, but during Colorado’s winter it's made with snow and ice. Visit these snow and ice sculptures in Colorado.

Making women's s*xual health a priority at all life stages 01/05/2023

Making women's s*xual health a priority at all life stages

As women, our s*xual health is an important part of our health and well-being and often an important part of close and sustaining relationships. But education and treatment to support healthy s*xuality is often difficult to find.

Because of this, three women providers started the Women’s Sexual Health Consultation Service. The service brings medical care, cognitive behavioral therapy and s*x therapy together and addresses a range of concerns like difficulty with or**sm, changes due to aging, or medical conditions that have made s*xual relationships difficult.

“All women should have the opportunity to address s*xual health concerns as part of their health care,” said Dr. Saketh R. Guntupalli, associate professor and director of the CU Medicine Division of Gynecologic Oncology. “Especially for women with cancer or other illness that affects their s*xual lives, a service like this improves the quality of their care.” https://bit.ly/3jnCbo6

Making women's s*xual health a priority at all life stages Women of all ages and life stages needed reliable information about s*xual health and the opportunity to receive treatment when needed.

Commotio cordis: What is the rare phenomenon? 01/05/2023

Commotio cordis: What is the rare phenomenon?

Since the nation learned that safety Damar Hamlin suffered a cardiac arrest during Monday's game, there has been widespread speculation about what exactly caused it. A very rare phenomenon has been discussed, but not confirmed: Commotio cordis.

What is commotio cordis? Dr. Bill Cornwell, the director of the Sports Cardiology Clinic at UCHealth, explains. https://bit.ly/3GdjyLz

Commotio cordis: What is the rare phenomenon? Since the nation learned Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin suffered a cardiac arrest, there has been widespread speculation about what exactly caused it.

Timeline photos 01/04/2023

Creating a healthy lifestyle can be simple. Pam Wooster, a registered dietitian nutritionist at UCHealth, provides a few easy steps to achieving good health.

Here's a hint: don't head straight to Google to find the answers when symptoms pop up.

Read more: https://bit.ly/3WQklsl

Photos from UCHealth's post 01/03/2023

To kick off 2023, we are honored to introduce the first babies born this year at our UCHealth hospitals! Each family received a baby care package filled with newborn gifts from all of us at UCHealth.

The 1st baby born was Jimena Giselle Jimenez Alvarez. She was born on January 1 at 12:07 AM at UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital. Jimena made her grand entrance into the world more than a month early and weighed in at 4 pounds, 4 ounces.

"We never thought she would be born in January, let alone at the beginning of 2023. It was a big surprise," said her mom, Jessica Alvarez.

Meet our other First Babies of the Year:
🍼 At 12:29 AM, UCHealth Memorial Hospital North welcomed Kai Miles Thorne, weighing 7 pounds and 11 ounces.
🍼 At 2:54 AM, UCHealth Highlands Ranch Hospital welcomed McKayla Calvillo, weighing 7 pounds and 11 ounces.
🍼 At 3:03 AM, UCHealth Medical Center of the Rockies welcomed Ezekiel Maria, weighing 6 pounds and 6 ounces.
🍼 At 8:44 AM, UCHealth Greeley Hospital welcomed Makena Josephine Polese, weighing 5 pounds and 12 ounces.
🍼 At 10:05 AM and 10:07 AM, UCHealth Memorial Hospital Central welcomed twin boys Aidan and Kilian McMaster Staley.
🍼 At 7:22 PM, UCHealth Longs Peak Hospital welcomed Amir Everardo Rodriguez Zavala, weighing 7 pounds and 2 ounces.

In 2022, UCHealth delivered approximately 14,500 babies!

Pandemic fueled alcohol abuse, especially among women, but there are treatment options | CNN 01/03/2023

Pandemic fueled alcohol abuse, especially among women, but there are treatment options | CNN

Alcohol use disorder is a growing problem in the United States, which experts say has been enhanced by the pandemic, especially among women.

“Last year, I took care of two women who were in their early 20s who had cirrhosis and needed liver transplants, and I’ve never seen that before in my entire career,” said Dr. James Burton, medical director of liver transplantation at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.

If you or someone you love is struggling with alcohol use, help and resources are available. https://cnn.it/3FHhKdg

Pandemic fueled alcohol abuse, especially among women, but there are treatment options | CNN Alcohol use disorder is a growing problem in the United States, which experts say has been enhanced by the pandemic, especially among women. But as Lisa Ling reports in a new episode of "This Is Life," scientists are exploring new treatment options.

Timeline photos 01/02/2023

Give yourself the gift of renewed mental health for the new year.

“Mental health is something we all have. It’s how you feel, it’s how you think, it’s how you relate to others. Mental health does not mean something is wrong with you,” says Dr. Justin Ross, a UCHealth psychologist.

Here are suggestions on how to approach your mental health this year: https://bit.ly/3WwiA3V

Should you have surgery after an ACL tear? 12/30/2022

Should you have surgery after an ACL tear?

An ACL tear is a fairly common injury and is often associated with the need for ACL reconstruction surgery. However, some of us may choose physical therapy, activity modification and bracing rather than surgery to get back to our active lifestyle. If you are unlucky enough to tear your ACL, here are some tips to know if surgery is right for you: https://bit.ly/3PBjJVe

Should you have surgery after an ACL tear? In some cases, physical therapy, activity modification, and bracing help patients return to active lifestyles without ACL surgery.

Advancements in pain management go far beyond pills 12/29/2022

Advancements in pain management go far beyond pills

If you are one of the 1 in 5 American adults who live with chronic pain, you know it can impact everything from your mood, to relationships, to your work and home life.

Modern pain management has shifted from relying on opioid mediations to a much more comprehensive approach. For instance, a team of providers may offer a treatment plan that includes physical therapy, acupuncture, chiropractic and massage care, yoga and injection therapies, while using narcotics only sparingly. Learn more about how this approach might help you here: https://bit.ly/3YygRN4

Advancements in pain management go far beyond pills Advancements in pain management focus on a team approach that involves many specialties and is less focused on medications alone.

12/28/2022

Hey friend! It's Call a Friend Day, which means it’s the perfect day to pick up the phone and call that friend you’ve been meaning to get back in touch with.

Studies show that talking over the phone, on video or in person creates a stronger social bond compared to conversations over email or text. It’s all about truly connecting with others, rather than just exchanging information, which can have a positive impact on your (and your friend's) health.

6 healthy things to do in Colorado in January 12/27/2022

6 healthy things to do in Colorado in January

January is the month for new year’s resolutions, so it’s a great time to get healthier and break bad habits. Whether you are getting in shape, quitting smoking or setting a goal to read more, we all have small steps we can take to make 2023 a little healthier.

Here are some of our favorite events happening in Colorado in January to help you stay active, nourish your body and feed your soul. https://bit.ly/3PtkGik

6 healthy things to do in Colorado in January We all have small steps to make 2023 a little healthier. Here are some events happening in Colorado in January to help.

How exercising more — and sitting a lot less — could decrease your risk of diabetes 12/26/2022

How exercising more — and sitting a lot less — could decrease your risk of diabetes

Sitting for long periods staring at a computer, the television or a phone screen is part of everyday life for many. Being motionless for prolonged periods may put your body at risk of several silent threats like Type 2 diabetes and other chronic diseases.

A University of Colorado study aims to find the most effective ways of lowering that risk with regular movement.

How exercising more — and sitting a lot less — could decrease your risk of diabetes New study: Does exercise throughout the day or one brisk walk work better to reduce the risk of Type 2 diabetes?

Photos from UCHealth's post 12/24/2022

From our family to yours, Happy Holidays!

And a big thank you to Colorado Avalanche players Logan O'Connor and Kurtis MacDermid who spread some holiday cheer this week at UCHealth Broomfield Hospital.

Timeline photos 12/23/2022

Each month we highlight three of our charity or non-profit partners and the important work that they do. These community partners are committed to improving lives in Colorado and allow us to give back to our communities. We are proud to present our December Charities of the Month:

Food For Thought - Denver strives to eliminate childhood hunger by providing 'PowerSacks' for students to take home to their family for the weekend. Every school year, a staggering number of children from low-income families in Denver receive free and reduced cost lunches at school. Unfortunately, the lunch they receive at school on Friday is often the last meal they eat until they are back at school on Monday morning. Food for Thought is changing this by providing enough food to feed a family of four two meals over the weekend. The organization is a 100% volunteer-based and 100% of donations go to buying food for the program. Learn more at: https://foodforthoughtdenver.org

The SAVA Center provides crisis intervention, advocacy and counseling for all those affected by s*xual violence in Northern Colorado, while also providing prevention programs through community outreach and education. Their goal is to improve the overall wellness of survivors in the community, as well as create long-lasting cultural change that ends of s*xual violence. Learn more at: https://savacenter.org

Pikes Peak United Way focuses on enhancing youth success and family stability in the Pikes Peak region by leading and lifting the most vulnerable in the community with mentorship, life resources and real job opportunities. Through partnership and collaboration, they are making improvements in education, income stability and health for the residents of El Paso and Teller counties. Learn more at: https://www.ppunitedway.org

Add new zest and zing to your holiday cooking traditions. Try making this Christmas lamb and Hanukkah latkes 12/22/2022

Add new zest and zing to your holiday cooking traditions. Try making this Christmas lamb and Hanukkah latkes

Are you looking for a new holiday recipe for the family? Try this festive lamb with green and red vegetables recipe. The secret ingredient…MUSTARD!

🍽️ Recipe details:

Add new zest and zing to your holiday cooking traditions. Try making this Christmas lamb and Hanukkah latkes Try this roast leg of lamb recipe for Christmas or for Hanukkah, enjoy this famed latkes recipe from the founder of Denver’s Zaidy’s Deli

Colorado weather: Frostbite happens fast so bundle up 12/21/2022

Colorado weather: Frostbite happens fast so bundle up

An arctic cold front with dangerous, bitter cold temperatures is on its way to Colorado🥶

Frostbite can happen quickly to skin left exposed in extreme freezing temperatures. Make sure you put on lots of layers if you’re going outside.

Check out these tips on how to prevent frostbite from the UCHealth Burn and Frostbite Center: https://bit.ly/3YyRevz

Colorado weather: Frostbite happens fast so bundle up The frostbite danger in Colorado increases this week as an arctic cold front moves in. Follow these tips to avoid the dangers of frostbite.

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