Food And Drug Administration
A patient with incurable brain cancer has been given more time thanks to a new device. It looks like a swimming cap but works to keep the tumor from growing.
Dozens of women gathered to protest a permanent birth control device on Wednesday that they claim has harmed thousands of women.
Women from across Colorado and the nation are planning rallies against a popular form of birth control that they say has ruined their lives.
Colorado is one of 23 states where medical marijuana is legal. Some human patients swear by it, but is pot okay for your ailing pets?
A specialty dog food company is voluntarily recalling a frozen product distributed in four states over fears of possible salmonella contamination.
Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. said that it has finished removing genetically modified foods from their ingredients.
While it can’t be cured, if treated, people can live with a rare disease that affects about one in a million people called pulmonary arterial hypertension. It can be deadly, and it’s difficult to diagnose.
Sen. Michael Bennet is back in Colorado learning about the state’s health industry.
There is growing concern about some of the most popular antibiotics that are prescribed to cure everything from earaches to life-threatening bacterial infections. But some patients say the drugs are making them sicker.
Social media is buzzing with complaints about Beneful dog food. A federal lawsuit has been filed claiming Beneful killed a dog. Industry and state officials along with some veterinarians are reassuring consumers that Beneful and other pets foods are safe for furry friends.