Air Quality Update From CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave HnidaThe air from wildfires in our state is not as bad as it has been in times past, but nonetheless, there are some precautions that some people should take. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida has some good advice.
Water Treatment Plant Worker With Cancer Calls Health Department Letter 'Smoking Gun'Neighbors near the Charles Allen Water Filtration Plant in Englewood are telling city officials they are concerned that three workers there have died of cancer.
HIV-Positive Surgery Tech Pleads Guilty In Painkiller TheftA former hospital surgery technician accused of stealing painkiller syringes in Colorado, possibly exposing patients to HIV, pleaded guilty on Tuesday afternoon.
Woman Demands Bottled Water After Chemicals Detected In WaterA woman living in the town of Security has started a petition to demand free bottled water.
Water Treatment Plant Workers Concerned Sludge Is Causing CancerIs it a deadly coincidence or something more? Workers at the Englewood drinking water treatment facility are concerned that so many of its people have developed cancer.
Mosquitoes That Carry Zika Virus Not In ColoradoThe mosquitoes that carry the Zika virus are not in Colorado but travelers to those countries where the insects live are being warned.
Del Monte Recalls Granny Smith Apples Due To Possible Listeria ContaminationThe Colorado Department of Health and Environment has announced a recall of fresh Granny Smith apples due to possible listeria contamination.
Human Death Related To West Nile Virus Reported In Pueblo CountyA person has died from the West Nile virus in Pueblo County.
West Nile Virus Discovered In Mosquitoes In Fort CollinsMosquitoes in Fort Collins have tested positive for the West Nile virus for the first time this season.
Colorado's New Immunization Rules: Politics Trump HealthWhen it comes to protecting your child’s health, politics -- not science may call the shots. CBS4’s Dr. Dave Hnida takes a look at the new rules regarding immunizations in Colorado. He believes the new guidelines are weak, lack teeth, and could go a lot farther to protect public health.
'The Mine That Built Lake City' Looks To Reclaim TitleAlong the way from Lake City to Silverton you'll encounter as many as seven ghost towns and many old ruins. On any given summer day, you're likely to see a dozen or so cars parked at the site with folks wandering around taking photos at the buildings on site.
Colorado Health Officials Hope To Alleviate Ebola FearsThe state of Colorado is getting ready in case there is ever an Ebola case in the state. On Tuesday officials from the Colorado Department of Health and Environment spoke about what they've been doing to prepare for any cases that could make its way to Colorado.