Republican politicians continue to work against HPV vaccination despite its ability to prevent thousands of cases of cervical cancer and resulting deaths.
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.
A viewer contacted CBS4 after spotting something unusual — a cancer warning on a bag of play sand.
There’s a new summer camp especially for children who have survived cancer. It’s a week in June in the beautiful outdoors and it’s free. The only problem is the Camp Courage needs children.
Rockies pitcher Jeremy Guthrie sent out a tweet on Tuesday seeing if anyone wanted to throw the ball around with him at Coors Field on Tuesday. One lucky fan took him up on the offer, and wound up with one memorable day.
A new study says you shouldn’t let anyone take a lot of pictures of your teeth — those X-rays may cause brain tumors. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida takes a bite out of the study and says the occasional X-ray shouldn’t cause harm.
Millions of Americans take sleeping pills to get a good night’s snooze. But now a new study says these pills can be as bad for your health as cigarettes. Dr. Dave Hnida looks at whether sleeping pills truly up your risk of death.
The woman who pretended to have cancer to get money from a Colorado police charity has been sentenced to 6 years probation.
A controversial recommendation for men is coming our way — it says the routine use of the PSA blood test may do more harm than good. The recommendation comes from the U.S. Preventitive Screening Task Force– the same group that recommended against routine mammography for women at age 40. CBS4 Medical Editor sums up the report, and has some advice.
Coloradans of all ages hit the stairs Sunday morning to raise money and awareness in the fight against cancer. They climbed the stairs at Dicks Sporting Goods Park for the Step Up for Cancer fundraiser.