Dr. Dave Hnida

Dr. Dave Hnida (credit: Dr. Dave Hnida)

The July Effect Is Alive And Well- But You’re Not

Is the hospital truly a dangerous place to be during the month of July? Dr Dave Hnida looks at a new study, which for the first time, looks at death rates when new interns and residents take the wheel of the medical car.


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Hope You Enjoyed The Sun (Burn)

Have fun in the sun this weekend? Go overboard and get too much sun in your fun this weekend? Hope you remembered the sunscreen. If you didnt, Dr Dave Hnida has some tips to help the deep-fried.


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Women Who Toss and Turn At Night… Cause Lots Of Marital Strife

Who is grouchier after a poor night’s sleep– a woman or a man? As Dr Dave Hnida reports, a new study says– men, take cover!


Michael Smith of Westminster took this photo of the sunset on June 6.  It took on a reddish hue due to smoke from wildfires in the southwest.

Hold Your Breath

Eyes feeling irritated? Throat scratchy? Lungs tight? It may be the haze that’s blanketing the Front Range. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr Dave Hnida has some tips to beat the smoke.


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Why Living High Is Good

A new study shows why a “Rocky Mountain High” may be help you live longer. Dr. Dave Hnida explains how living in our “thin air” may add years to your life.


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Not Enough Exercise… Not Enough Sex?

Can running down the street increase your risk of a heart attack? How about having sex? Dr Dave Hnida looks at a new study that looks at intense activity and your heart.


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Why Pizza Is Good For Your Heart… And Soul

Are you the “owner of a lonely heart?” Dr Dave Hnida reports on new research that shows the best prescription may be a comfort food like ice cream, mac and cheese. or even pizza.


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Would You Know What To Do?

Would you know what to do if someone collapsed from a cardiac arrest? Dr Dave Hnida reports on a local program to quickly freshen your CPR skills.


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Finally, Some Good News For Parents

It’s the number one reason kids go to the doctor- and the number one reason for sleepless nights. But finally, some good news about a major drop in the number of ear infections.


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Will Diet Soda Give You A Stroke?

A new study suggests a diet soda may mean fewer calories, but a higher risk of stroke. Dr. Dave Hnida has some advice before you pop open your next can of diet soda pop.





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