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Articles By Mary Clare Fischer: Page 2

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Emily Schromm’s Next Challenge: Opening a Gym in RiNo

The former reality TV star has made a huge impact in the wellness space, with projects ranging from her own line of teas to a portable weightlifting pack. Her newest passion project? Opening a 24-hour gym in RiNo.

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Help Set the Guinness World Record for Largest Group Meditation

Local meditation guide Michael-Blu and other community leaders are hoping to attract hundreds of meditators to a private ranch outside Sedalia on Sunday to secure a place in the Guinness Book of World Records.

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What Does It Mean When a Man Who’s Not Supposed to Walk Again Does?

In the new book Finding Theo: A Father’s True Story of Loss, Courage, and Discovery, his father set out to find out.

Face It Together

Innovative Addiction Coaching Center Launches in Denver

Face It Together uses peer coaches and data-based tools to help addicts in recovery not only stay sober, but also make positive changes in their lives.

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Denver Is Second City to Get Wellness Offerings Through ClassPass

Local ClassPass members can book discounted massages, facials, acupuncture, and other wellness amenities through the app.

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How Aurora Is Helping Immigrants and Refugees Be Healthier

The city’s campaign to bring healthcare education to its immigrant and refugee populations has ended up benefitting other members of the community, as well.

What You Should Know About Bipolar Disorder

We talked to a local therapist to find out.

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Two Wellness Programs to Get You Back on Track This Fall

These two programs from Colorado-tied women help others feel better—physically and mentally.

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Local Photographer Has Become One of Colon Cancer’s Biggest Challengers

A year into remission, Scott Wilson’s wildlife photography book has made about $40,000 for the Colorectal Cancer Alliance—and his work is far from over.

The World’s First Space Mining Program Launches in Colorado

The Colorado School of Mines’ space resources program will teach grad students how to tap celestial bodies for all they’re worth.

This Invasive Insect Has Local Tree Huggers Worried

The spotted lanternfly may be coming to a tree near you. That’s not a good thing.

Denver’s Top Doctors 2018

For more than two decades, 5280 has asked physicians in the Denver area whom they would trust to treat themselves or a loved one. The following 347 doctors—in 95 specialties—were nominated by their peers this year.

Inside the Fight to Beat Childhood Cancer

How Colorado physicians are outsmarting cancer, one kid at a time.

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We Tried It: Indoor Cycling at Flywheel Sports

The New York transplant cycling studio has a lot of bells and whistles, but in the end, it’s about resilience and community.

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Why You Should Check Out The “Apple Store for Sleep”

AmeriSleep, an online-turned-brick-and-mortar retailer, may have created the best mattress-shopping experience out there. Plus, nap pods!

The True Story of a Reluctant Forest Bather

Forest bathing sounds like a fad, but this twist on hiking provided just the mental reset one writer needed.

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This Local Disability Nonprofit Wants You To Climb A Mountain

The Range of Motion Project is raising money for amputees in Latin America by organizing a hike up Mt. Bierstadt on Saturday.


Boulder Yoga Teacher Designs New Classes Targeting Mental Health

And the best part? You can access the courses from anywhere using Gaiam’s Yoga Studio app.

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Pediatric Speech Center Opens Third Clinic In Denver Metro Area

Pediatric Speech Therapy Associates’ new Littleton location will help even more kids deal with speech, motor, and feeding problems.

Why You Should Pay Attention to the National Weather Service

The Colorado offices of the National Weather Service provide intel that helps prevent serious problems across the state.

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