Easing Symptoms Caused by WildFire Smoke

This time of year, many of us are experiencing stuffy noses, runny noses, a cough… Is it allergies? Is it just from poor air quality? Is it COVID? Many of us feel like we just don’t know why we are feeling terrible. With the poor air quality recently, there’s a chance your symptoms are caused […]

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You Are Not Too Old

September is Healthy Aging Month. Healthy Aging Magazine says they created the month to remind people 45 and up that they’re never too old to take control of their health or start something new. Here at 365 Health, we’re here for your health, every day of the year! Here are some tips and tricks to […]

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A slow return to some normalcy

Guest Blog By: Dr. Angela Kloepfer-Shapiro It has been a difficult year for everyone, as we grapple with balancing physical wellness and the need for emotional connection. People have listened to the experts and correctly distanced themselves from others to prevent the spread of COVID-19. While socializing continued at a distance, such as by phone […]

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Negative COVID-19 test results are the latest must-haves for kids returning to school

Even though it’s January, the back-to-school excitement that normally fills the Colorado fall air is palpable for kids and families. With many schools and districts reopening to in-person learning following a surge in COVID-19 cases in the fall, students throughout Colorado are getting themselves ready to head back to school with all the supplies needed […]

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Don’t take COVID home for the holidays

If you want to see someone outside your household for the holidays, health experts say the best strategy is to quarantine for 14 days, however, we are now just a week out from Christmas so if you haven’t done that your option could be to get a COVID-19 test. The official guidance from the Centers […]