Everyone is invited to relax and breathe this Sunday by doing “Yoga on the Steps” at Cheesman Park.
One of the most exciting times is also one of the most stressful for a young couple in Denver. They are expecting a baby, but the mom-to-be is now also fighting breast cancer.
There’s an easy way to cut your risk of breast cancer, and all it takes is one hour and 12 minutes of your day. And you don’t even need to keep track of the time or break a sweat. Dr. Dave Hnida explains.
Surviving breast cancer doesn’t end at surgery. It takes time, both physically and emotionally. Now there’s an exercise program being offered at a studio in Denver to help speed up that recovery.
Will a product intended to keep you from sweating cause you to develop breast cancer? The rumors of antiperspirants causing cancer have been around for years. Dr. Dave Hnida looks at the latest study.
A new study shows women who drink even small amounts of alcohol have a higher risk for breast cancer. CBS4′s Dr. Dave Hnida comments on the study.
This month a Colorado hospital will offer two new technologies to fight breast cancer. One will improve detection while the other will improve treatment.
It’s one of the nation’s largest 5-Ks. Thousands gathered for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Denver on Sunday.
Step Up For Cancer is on Sunday. The annual fundraiser at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park raises money for dozens of cancer related causes, including groups like “Cancer Fit.”
Julie Parker hadn’t owned a bicycle since 2003, when she did a triathlon and put it up for sale on Craigslist with the title line “Good Riddance.” Now she was 38 and out of shape, and her weight reflected that.