Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
State health officials on Wednesday announced that there have been 11 human cases of of tularemia in Colorado since May of this year.
Almost 14 percent of Colorado adults use pot. That’s according to the state Health Department’s first-ever survey of how many adults use the newly legal drug.
There is new research on the use of marijuana as medicine in Colorado and a Marijuana and Health Symposium at National Jewish Health on Saturday explored nearly a dozen studies looking at using pot for things like seizures and insomnia.
In Gilpin County some people in Rollinsville are concerned about their water as a creek near their homes looks a lot like carrot juice.
A Colorado nail salon owner says she’s not surprised by a New York Times investigation finding workers at nail salons suffering from miscarriages, cancer and breathing problems after working around chemicals.
The American Lung Association believes the air quality in Denver is deteriorating.
Colorado’s chief medical officer plans to recommend post-traumatic stress disorder as a condition to be treated with medical marijuana.
Colorado’s plan for meeting new EPA rules for carbon pollution is already under scrutiny and it’s not even written yet.
Alarmed by anonymous surveys asking Colorado’s middle and high school students about their sex lives and drug habits, the state Board of Education delayed action Thursday on considering changes to how the 24-year-old survey is collected.
The case of an 87-year-old Alzheimer’s patient accused in the deadly beating of a fellow assisted living resident highlights the challenges of prosecuting someone with the unpredictable mental disease.