THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL: Don't Miss The Colts vs. Texans on CBS4 (Game Breakdown | Updates)


Denver Ranks As No. 1 Most Sexually Active City In U.S.Assumed "sin cities" such as Las Vegas or New York didn't even make the list, which is dominated by smaller but burgeoning cities.
Get Sucked Into A Jet Engine, Then Spit Out? Got A Hickey? New Medical Codes That Are Making Your Doctor WeepYou now officially have more than 70,000 ways to become sick or injured. According to the federal government, that's the rough figure of illnesses and injuries that doctors can now choose from to describe treat, and bill for whatever ails you. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida describes the new system of "codes" for medical disorders that kicked into effect Oct. 1. And while most doctors aren’t thrilled with the new system, there’s also a good chance you won't be either.
Feeling Stressed Out? Go Wash Some DishesMost people look at it as a soaking wet, messy chore. But a new study suggests that hand-washing dishes may be good for your health. As CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida reports, that time spent at the sink may do wonders for your stress level.
Doctor's Orders: You Should Fidget All Day (Your Heart Will Thank You)Are you one of those people who just can't sit still? Wee, if you're foot, ankle, and leg seem to be in perpetual motion, good for you. As CBS4'S Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida reports, you may be shaking and shimmying your way to a longer life.
5 Oktoberfest-Inspired Recipes To Compliment The BeerIn addition to cider, autumn drives, and apple pies, the season of beer is here.
The Republican Debate And Vaccines: False And MisleadingDuring Wednesday's Republican presidential debate, a medical topic was thrown into a mix of foreign affairs, immigration and financial policy. That topic was autism and vaccines. It should have been an educated and well-informed discussion, but according to CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida, experts say the candidates who offered an opinion on the subject had incorrect and misleading views.
Peering Into The Secret Lives Of Mountain Lions Through Wildlife CamerasThrough the gulch, over the mountain's grassy saddle, and just off the trail is what appears to be an unimportant bed of pine needles between trees.
Is A Baby Aspirin Right For You? New GuidelinesMillions of Americans pop a daily baby aspirin to cut their risk of heart attack and stroke. But the guidelines for aspirin have been varied and vague over the years, leaving many people wondering if an aspirin is right for them. CBS4's Dr. Dave Hnida reports on new guidelines that are much more specific, and adds a new reason for taking this inexpensive protection.
Is It Ever Safe To Have An X-Ray During Pregnancy?For years, a lot of folks -- doctors included -- have been concerned that having an X-ray is one of the dangerous things you could do if you are pregnant. But as CBS4's Dr. Dave Hnida reports, a new study offers some reassuring information.
Denver Photographer Captures Mystery Of Doors Across The World"People love doors." Caryn Cullinan might be a bit biased toward her photography project, but her Instagram and Kickstarter don't lie.
Doctor's Orders: Why You Must Take That Nap Each DaySome people might call you lazy, and your boss might get a little peeved, but you can say you’re simply doing a heart healthy exercise. CBS4's Dr. Dave Hnida looks at a new study that finds people who nap each day have lower blood pressure and stronger hearts than people who don’t.
Would You Trust A Sleepy Surgeon?If you’re having surgery, you want everything to be perfect. Great surgeon. Great staff. Spotless OR. Perfectly organized and well functioning equipment. Essentially, nothing but the best. But what about rest? As in, did your surgeon have a full, restful sleep before picking up the scalpel? A new study says sleep deprivation is not a worry when it comes to surgeon. But CBS4’s Dr. Dave Hnida disagrees.

Listen Live

AM/FM Stations

Featured Shows & Multimedia