Roger Burnham has an amazing 42-year history of volunteering his time, knowledge, and energy with the Sheriff’s Department in such programs as Search and Rescue, the Dive Team, and Back Country Medical Rescue. The hours he has spent helping people in Idaho’s back country are astronomical, and all are performed without pay. By JACK McNEEL
When the loved one they have been living with passes away, many older adults face the challenge of learning to live alone—often for the first time. By LISA PETSCHE
Should you get another dog at this time in your life? It’s a good question and one that deserves a lot of careful thought.
Minimalism is a style of extreme spareness and simplicity. Despite varying degrees along the minimalist spectrum, the bottom line remains: “Less is more” is better for your physical and mental health. By CARRIE STENSRUD
It’s that time of year again: The Medicare Annual Election Period (AEP) began Oct. 15 and runs through Dec. 7.
by HOLLY ENDERSBY
Climbing a steep trail or wading through thick brush with a full pack and heavy rifle is no walk in the park. But it doesn’t have to be excruciating, either.
by DR. HOLLY CARLING
We’ve all heard the words “gut-wrenching pain,” but until you have colitis, irritable bowel, diverticulitis, Crohn’s Disease, or any other inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), you really don’t have a clue how accurate those words are.
During the holidays, families come together from near and far to celebrate the season. Often it is also a time when family members begin to notice subtle changes in loved ones that were not apparent before.
by LISA M. PETSCHE
When someone is confined to their home due to convalescence from an illness, recovery from surgery, or chronic illness or disability, their world shrinks considerably. It’s easy to become disconnected from others and the world in general.
HAYDEN, ID – Panhandle Health District (PHD) is urging residents to be aware of mosquito-borne illnesses. Historically, a wet and snowy winter season leads