Dr. Dave Hnida: Patriots Arriving Day Early Won't Help Them Adjust To AltitudeThe New England Patriots arrived in Denver Friday evening, a day earlier than most opponents typically arrive in Denver. The Pats are hoping the extra 24 hours will help adjust to the altitude.
Top All You Can Eat Buffets In DenverFrom brunch to happy hour, an all-you-can-eat buffet is the best way to try things on a restaurant's menu without committing to an eight-course meal. Denver has some basic all-you-can-eat buffet style restaurants alongside others with more specific cuisine. Feed your friends and/or family without dropping a ton of cash at one of these restaurants.
Wes Welker Isn't Holding Back At AllAnyone who thought Wes Welker was going to hold back following his third concussion in nine months was mistaken.
Nederland Marshal Leaving Because Of Altitude, Not AliensNederland's town marshal says he is resigning after just six months because he can't adjust to the altitude.
Focused Broncos Refrain From Smack Talk Leading Up To Ravens GameTry as they might, the Baltimore Ravens just couldn't get under the skin or into the heads of the Denver Broncos, who were more concerned about talking up their opponents than trash-talking them.
Sports Donations Keep Aurora Theater Victim's Dreams AliveWhen a gunman opened fire inside an Aurora theater on July 20, he cut short the lives of 12 people, but he did not destroy all their dreams.
Air Show At Altitude Delights 4th Spectators In BreckenridgeBreckenridge may not had fireworks this year but there was still an aerial show on the 4th of July, thanks to daredevil Colorado pilots.
Pittsburgh Steeler Star Benched By Mile High AltitudeSome people say the effects of Denver's mile-high altitude on visiting teams is nothing but psychological. That may be the case in most games, but not for one player. Dr Dave Hnida explains the medical condition that will keep a star Pittsburgh Steeler on the bench this weekend, since the last game he played here almost cost him his life.
Why Living High Is GoodA new study shows why a "Rocky Mountain High" may be help you live longer. Dr. Dave Hnida explains how living in our "thin air" may add years to your life.