Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
The flu started early this winter and it includes a strain that really takes a toll on folks.
The Food and Drug Administration on Friday proposed the most sweeping food safety rules in decades, requiring farmers and food companies to be more vigilant in the wake of deadly outbreaks in peanuts, cantaloupe and leafy greens.
The nation just suffered its worst year for whooping cough in nearly six decades, according to preliminary government figures.
Doctors across the U.S. are warning this could be a brutal flu season. Already 52 people across Colorado have been hospitalized for the flu.
Travelers at Denver International Airport are at a higher risk than most other airports for dangerous exposure to secondhand smoke, according to a new survey from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Dead crows are littering some Denver neighborhoods. Homeowners first thought someone poisoned the birds, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirms that’s not the case.
One Denver neighborhood is seeing flocks of birds die from the West Nile virus and people are worried about their pets.
A camper near Pagosa Springs has contracted bubonic plague, Colorado’s first case since 2006.
The final tally of deaths associated with a 2011 listeria outbreak linked to cantaloupe from Jensen Farms in Colorado has increased to 33.
About 1,700 people who stayed in tent cabins at Yosemite National Park this summer were warned Tuesday they may have been exposed to a deadly rodent-borne virus blamed for the deaths of two campers.