Inhalable Insulin Gives Diabetics OptionsFor years, people living with diabetes have relied on insulin injections to control their blood sugar. Now an inhalable insulin is trying to gain traction in the market.
Airport Heart Attack Victim Thanks First RespondersA man who went into cardiac arrest at Denver International Airport was reunited on Wednesday with the people who saved his life.
Band Called 'PS/L Heartstrings' Brings Medicine And Music To PatientsThey say music soothes the soul, but at Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center, staff members believe it can do wonders for the body as well.
CU Campus Asks For Exemption From Soda TaxThe City of Boulder is getting closer to rolling out its tax on sugary drinks, but there is one segment of the population that could be immune-- the University of Colorado campus.
Mom Posts Warning About Sunscreen Sprays After Daughter Suffers BurnsA mother posted a warning about sunscreen sprays after her daughter suffered third-degree burns.
Man Gives Back To 'Special Lady' By Running Colfax MarathonThousands of runners laced up their sneakers bright and early Sunday morning for the annual Colfax Marathon, half marathon and more in Denver.
Under Age 1: No Fruit Juice For YouA change in dietary guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics pushes the starting age of fruit juice in infants from six months to one year of age.
Who Is A Better Physician: Younger & Sharper, Or Older & Experienced?Is age a good indicator of how good your doctor is? After all, knowing the latest in technology is great. But then again, so is experience.
Let's Be Careful Out There: We're Now In Lightning SeasonWe are now in severe storm season, and that means it's important to keep in mind that our state is ranked number two when it comes to deaths and injuries caused by lightning.
Why A Daily Aspirin May Cut Your Risk Of Breast CancerA new study suggests women who take a daily aspirin may cut their risk of breast cancer by 20 percent.