When Should You Keep Your Sick Child Home From School?It's a common dilemma for parents: when is my child too sick to be in school? Here are a few simple guidelines.
Coughing? How About A Scientifically Proven Best Remedy: HoneyWith cold and flu season at full speed, it's a perfect time for a natural remedy that can ease your symptoms without the side effects of medication.
Say Hello To The Flu In ColoradoFever, chills, aches, and cough? There's a good chance it could be influenza, which has hit Colorado within the past week or so, and expected to increase in the time to come.
Ask Yourself: Is It Safe To Have A Drink For New Year's If You're On Medication?It's the Number One night of the year for alcohol. And if you're on medication, having a drink could lead to big trouble, and get your 2017 off to a rotten start.
It's The Holiday Season, And Health-Wise, The Deadliest Time Of YearThe spike in death rates over the holidays is a well-known phenomenon, but it may be due to reasons other than cold weather and the strain it puts on your heart.
Rockies Bettis' Cancer One Of The More Common Types For MenPitcher Chad Bettis was diagnosed and treated for testicular cancer just last month, but is expected to return without restriction for the 2017 season.
Does Jogging Cause Knee Arthritis? Not At All, It Actually Prevents ItDoes running lead to knee arthritis? A new study suggests the opposite: running may actually prevent your joints from wearing down.
3 Symptoms Of Strep, And A Few That Usually Are NotThere are a number of germs making the rounds in the area. One of main culprits right now is strep. But with most sore throats being caused by viruses, how do you know when to do to the doctor?
Aches And Pains Of Weather Change: Not All In Your HeadA weather change is just around the corner. Can you feel it? Two in three people can, and they know well before the weather even hits.
Allergic To Penicillin? Odds Are You Really Are NotA new study suggests that 9 of 10 people who think they are allergic to penicillin really are not, and can safely use the drug. CBS4's Dr. Dave Hnida gives it a further look.