Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
More than 200 children under the age of 10 now have medical marijuana cards in Colorado, and a woman in Colorado Springs now goes so far to say marijuana has cured her 4-year-old son’s cancer.
Flu season is just around the corner and Gov. John Hickenlooper got his flu shot on Monday, but he barely felt it. The governor’s vaccine was injected without a needle.
An anti-pot campaign in Denver employs nine-foot-tall human-sized rat cages with a simple message: With so much still unknown about pot’s effects on kids’ brains, why be a lab rat?
A company out of California that sells fruit in Colorado is voluntarily recalling whole peaches, nectarines, plums and pluots that have the potential to be contaminated with Listeria.
Colorado health officials have reported two human cases of West Nile virus, the first reported cases this season.
A diabetes prevention program offered by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is educating Coloradans about prediabetes.
A CBS4 hidden camera investigation found marijuana dispensaries recommending higher doses of edible marijuana than the limit set by the state of Colorado.
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment says a Garfield County resident has the first confirmed case of hantavirus in the state this year.
Coinciding with Distracted Driving Awareness Month, the Colorado Teen Driving Alliance (CTDA) is reminding parents of their important role urging their teens to drive safely.
Retail pot sales are booming in Colorado but not everyone knows what the laws are surrounding legalized marijuana. Now there’s a website dedicated to answering your questions.