As we move toward September, we might be thinking of Labor Day parties or fall tailgating weekends—events perfect for a barbecue spread. But when you’re eating Primal, keto or otherwise low-carb, traditional barbecue fare isn’t always the ideal choice. Even when you’re throwing a party centered on grilled meat, it’s all too easy for carbs […]
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ATLANTA — Rates of syphilis, gonorrhea and chlamydia have climbed for the fourth consecutive year in the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Tuesday at the National STD Prevention Conference in Washington. Last year, nearly 2.3 million U.S. cases of these sexually transmitted diseases were diagnosed, according to preliminary data. That’s the highest […]
The groundbreaking for the I-25 Gap project was Thursday morning. The project will expand Interstate 25 between Castle Rock and Monument. Here are seven things to know about the project. 1. The Gap is an 18-mile stretch of I-25 that hasn't been improved since it was constructed on the 1950s. It's still just two lanes […]
As Labor Day weekend approaches, Coloradans plan to do what they always plan to do: flock to the hiking trails. We asked some newsroom hikers where they like to go. Some declined, insisting that they did not want their favorite spots spoiled. But others, thankfully, obliged. So here are six hike recommendations from Denver Post […]
This trip sold out in about an hour!! You guys are amazing!! But not to worry, you can sign up for the waitlist in case anything changes! Click here to get on the waitlist! ______________ Guess what?!! I’m going to Europe for the first time! And I’m hopefully going with YOU! I’ve teamed up with […]
A few months ago, I explored the benefits and applications of cold therapy. Today, I’m going to talk about the benefits and applications of heat therapy—one of the most ubiquitous and ancestral therapies in the history of humankind. You name a culture and—as long as they didn’t live in perpetual tropical heat—they probably had some […]