Chef Offers Recipe For Chronically Ill Students' SuccessA Denver chef, restaurateur and a one-of-a-kind school are joining forces for a healthier future. "Eat. Drink. Donate." is a campaign to help chronically ill children with both funding and fresh food, a great pairing.
Denver Police To Hold Prescription Drug Take-Back EventThe Denver Police Department will hold a prescription drug take-back event this Saturday.
Prom 2017: 'Best Night Ever' For Teen With Rare DiseasesAvery Becker suffers with two rare diseases. He didn't have a group of friends to go to prom with, but the people who stepped up made the night spectacular.
Rural Colorado Hospitals In Big Trouble If Bill FailsA standoff at the state Capitol is threatening the survival of rural Colorado hospitals.
Double Amputee Takes First Steps With Permanent Leg ImplantA Denver man, who lost both legs in a traffic accident, is now learning to walk with a permanent leg implant. He is the second amputee to benefit from a Denver surgeon's unique design.
Columbine Survivors Helping Those With PTSD Get Resources For HelpIt's been 18 years since the deadly shooting at Columbine High School. Now students who were inside the school during the attack say they've found a new purpose -- to give back.
Are You A 'Hipster?' Better Measure That Waistline As If Your Life Depends On ItThat spare tire around your waist may be deadlier than you think. It's time to measure your hip-to-waist ratio.
Is Running Contagious? Just Ask Your Social ContactsHere's a "disease" you may want to catch: exercise. A new study says running can be contagious, especially when you share your results on social media.
Here's An Opinion: Get A Second OneA new study suggests that one in five diagnoses are incorrect. That makes a second opinion all the more important.
It May Not Boost IQ, But Breast Is Still Best For BabiesWe know that breast feeding offers a number of benefits to an infant, but is higher intelligence one of them? A new study takes a look.