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Protected: Assisting Those with Substance Abuse Problems

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In the News: Pandemic’s end hits Coloradans on Medicaid

In a Denver Gazette column, Dr. Jonathon Savage discusses the upcoming end to continuous Medicaid enrollment on April 16 and what it may mean for Coloradans.

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What is Endometriosis?

Many people have heard about endometriosis but don’t necessarily know what it is. So let’s start there. It’s a disease where tissue (similar to the lining of the uterus) grows outside the uterus.

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National Caregivers Day

The struggle is real for all the caregivers out there. And we’re not talking just parents, but those who are caring for aging family members, medically complex patients, or people with disabilities. Talk about multi-tasking! That’s a job. 

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In the News: Taking Healthcare to the Next Level with Telehealth

Care on Location was recently featured in the article “Taking Healthcare to the Next Level with Telehealth” on the DataCart website. Check out the article to learn more about how telehealth has changed over the years and why one of the products customers inquire about the most is the new Mobile Telemedicine Exam Kits produced in partnership […]

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Ready for a Telehealth Visit with Us? Here’s what it’ll Cost.

Most people have experienced this frustrating scenario: You go to the doctor’s office for treatment or prevention services, and when you ask how much services cost, the answer isn’t nearly as straightforward as you hoped. When you get your bill, either right after your appointment or in the mail, you notice unexpected costs (aspirin is […]

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American Heart Month: Year-Round Prevention Tips

February is all about the state of your heart — emotionally (Valentine’s Day) and health-wise (American Heart Month).  And it’s fitting because to truly enjoy one aspect of your heart, the whole thing has to be healthy. So, let’s talk about that.  Did you know that heart disease is the leading cause of death in […]

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National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: Prevention & Testing 101

HIV can affect anyone regardless of sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, gender, age, or where they live, yet, Black/African-American communities are disproportionately affected by HIV compared to other racial and ethnic groups in the US.  Why? This prevalence is explained by a range of social, economic, and demographic factors such as stigma, discrimination, income, education, and […]

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Cervical Cancer and Pelvic Floors: The Link Anyone with a Cervix Needs to Understand

We get to observe many special days in January, but don’t forget that the whole month recognizes one important cause: cervical cancer awareness. Every January, we spread awareness in the US for this preventable disease (with vaccination and screenings!) to reduce the number of people with cervixes who are diagnosed with invasive cervical cancer each […]

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