Denver Records First Hantavirus Case In 25 Years Of TrackingSomeone in Denver has been diagnosed with hantavirus.
'Baby Boxes,' Other Essentials For Parents Handed OutDenver Public Health is supporting a campaign aimed at saving the lives of newborn babies.
Mumps Warning Issued For Denver Metro AreaA mumps outbreak is under investigation by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
Early Winter Vacation Might Not Be Fun For Some StudentsStudents in three Denver Public Schools are getting two extra days of winter vacation. But dozens of students don't feel good about it.
Denver Public Health Releases Statement Following Charlie Sheen's HIV AnnouncementDenver Public Health on Tuesday released a statement concerning actor Charlie Sheen’s announcement that he's been living HIV positive for the last four years.
Positive TB Test Results 'Very Small' At Metro StateThe TB contact investigation continues at Metro State University in Denver after students, faculty and staff may have been exposed to someone sick with tuberculosis.
Metro State University Students, Staff May Have Been Exposed To TuberculosisCBS4 has learned approximately 100 students, faculty and staff may have recently been exposed to someone sick with tuberculosis at Metro State University.
1 Of 2 American Ebola Patients Has Colorado RootsAs a hospital in Atlanta is preparing for the first Ebola victims to ever set foot on U.S. soil, a Denver doctor says people in this country shouldn't be worried about a spread of the disease.
Colorado's New Health Insurance Exchange Ads Feature Sex, DrinkingThere's a new round of ads encouraging young people to enroll in Colorado's new health insurance exchange, but they're not without controversy for the way they depict young adults.
Requests For Hepatitis A Vaccine Skyrocket After OutbreakColorado 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.
Colorado Health Officials Investigate Noro-Like IllnessesDenver Public Health has been investigating after several illnesses have been reported with symptoms similar to norovirus.
State Health Officials Warn Dentist Reused Syringes, NeedlesThe state health department is warning patients of Dr. Stephen Stein they need to get tested for HIV and hepatitis after it says the dentist re-used syringes and needles from one patient to another.