Colorado Department of Health and Environment
The Colorado health department is accepting public input on a Toronto-based energy company’s plan to build what would be the first new uranium mill in the United States in more than 30 years.
Colorado took a hard look at the agency that oversees marijuana sales this spring. Now state auditors are looking at the health department, which oversees the medical marijuana patient registry.
Defense lawyers say potentially thousands of criminal convictions could be appealed because of problems at a state laboratory that tests drunk-driving suspects’ blood.
Colorado health officials say the state is home to 12 of the 49 hepatitis A illnesses that have been reported in seven states since late April.
A dentist who reused needles, putting thousands of patients in danger of deadly diseases, is now accused of manipulating his clients to get drugs.
Auditors on Monday questioned whether Colorado health officials are following the law by giving money from tobacco taxes to help local initiatives barring smoking in public beyond what’s already prohibited by state law.
Health officials are offering a warning to anyone who has received a tattoo in recent months- bad ink has left several people with an infection including one person in Colorado.
The city of Denver says its goal is to keep people safe when they eat out, but not all restaurants are happy with changes in how safety inspections are now being done.
There have been nearly five times more cases of whooping cough in Colorado this year. State health experts are worried that people aren’t doing enough to protect themselves.
The Colorado Department of Health and Environment has sent out 8,000 letters to the former patients of Dr. Stephen Stein asking them to get tested for HIV and Hepatitis B and C. The letters have raised concerns among his former patients.