Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the number of children reported with autism continues to increase.
The two suspects arrested in a large scale spice bust appeared in court on Monday.
A new study found that when high schools switch to a later start time, there is an improvement in student grades, attendance and overall student health.
The majority of people who suffer from chronic pain feel they are treated like drug addicts during their pharmacy visits, and nearly one-third of pain sufferers showed concern they are being embarrassed by their healthcare provider.
The stores aren’t even open yet in Colorado, yet an advocacy group is calling on Trader Joe’s to stop selling meat raised on antibiotics.
A new study found that nearly three out of four American children consume caffeine each day.
Synthetic marijuana is believed to have sickened 221 people in Colorado during a monthlong outbreak this year, according to a federal report released Thursday.
Concussions are a major health concern in Colorado, especially among high school athletes. Now new research has found that children in Colorado may be safer than children elsewhere.
The owners of Jensen Farms who are charged with putting contaminated cantaloupes into the nation’s food supply in 2011 have made a plea deal and plan to plead guilty.
The Fisher House Foundation has agreed to make payments from its own funds to help families of fallen soldiers who lost death benefits because of the government shutdown, and the foundation has ties to Denver.