Smartphones Reduce Cognitive Ability Even When Not In Use, Study FindsAccording to a study, just the mere presence of a smartphone is detrimental to our cognitive ability, irrespective of whether we're using it or not.
Protesters Stage 'Die-In' At Sen. Gardner's Office In Health Care Bill OppositionDisability rights activists with the group ADAPT, spent Tuesday gathering both inside and outside of Sen. Cory Gardner's office to show their opposition to the Republican health care bill.
Childhood Cancer Survivor Celebrates Fatherhood 20 Years LaterWith the knowledge that a cancer treatment could lead to sterility, a Colorado man planned ahead and 20 years later became a dad.
'This Bill Would Punish Rural Colorado': Hickenlooper On Health Care BillGov. John Hickenlooper met with Ohio Gov. John Kasich on Tuesday to talk about the Senate health care bill. They're talking about what a bad bill it would be for Americans.
Woman Hopes Specialized Jaw Surgery Cures Debilitating PainA woman is desperately hoping specialized reconstruction surgery will finally stop the pain in her jaw, but she needs nearly $50,000 to pay for it.
Colorado Mental Health Institute Passes InspectionThe Colorado Mental Health Institute at Pueblo is no longer in "immediate jeopardy" of losing federal Medicare funding.
Survey: Women Don't Talk Heart Health With DoctorsA new survey shows many women and their doctors don't talk about heart health.
Recall: 3 Brands Of Hummus May Contain ListeriaThree brands of hummus are being recalled.
Move Over Fidget Spinner, The Toothpick Crossbow Is Now Terrifying ParentsThere's a new toy that's all the rage in China: the toothpick crossbow. Could it make its way to mainstream America?
Has Legal Marijuana Made Colorado's Roads Less Safe?The findings were published in the American Journal of Public Health.
Jogging 40 Minutes A Day Has "Fountain Of Youth" Effect On Cells, Study FindsAccording to a new study, jogging 40 minutes a day has a "fountain of youth" effect on cells.
Kids Biased Against Overweight Peers, Study FindsAccording to a new study, children are implicitly biased towards overweight peers.

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