Medical Aid In Dying Close To Becoming A Legal Option In ColoradoColorado's governor has yet to certify the results of last month’s ballot measures, but implementation of one initiative is already underway.
Colorado Health Exchange Considers How To Raise RevenueThe board of directors of Colorado's health insurance exchange is meeting Thursday to consider proposals that are likely to increase the cost to consumers.
Flu Cases Climb In ColoradoThe number of patients hospitalized by the flu in Colorado continues to climb.
Colorado Rejects Pot For Post-Traumatic StressColorado has for a third time rejected marijuana to treat post-traumatic stress.
Health Department Wants FDA To Regulate E-Cigarettes The Colorado Department Of Health is asking the Food And Drug Administration to regulate the electronic cigarette industry.
Wildfires Create Dangerous Air Quality Conditions Along Front RangeThe three wildfires burning in Colorado are creating potentially dangerous air quality conditions along the Front Range.
State Health Officials Warn About Stolen Gauge, Radioactivity RiskA reward is out for a stolen engineering gauge which could put people at risk for radiation exposure.
Illness At Elementary School In Erie Remains MysteryAn elementary school in Erie was closed Friday as health officials investigated what is making students and staff sick.
Samples From DUI Cases Being Re-TestedThe Colorado Department of Health is re-testing more than 1,700 blood alcohol samples from drunk driving cases.
Health Department Tests Blood Of 500 Suncor Oil Refinery Employees The Colorado Department of Health has tested the blood of all 500 workers at the Suncor Oil Refinery in Commerce City.