Teen With Rare Disorder Is Honored With Song Composed Just for HimA teenager with a rare form of Muscular Dystrophy has inspired his Standley Lake High School bandmates. So much so, that they came together to have original music composed for him.
28 Sick In Salmonella Outbreak Linked To Kratom, CDC SaysAn outbreak of 28 salmonella infections in 20 states including Colorado has been linked to kratom products.
Drinking Alcohol Better Than Exercise For Living Past 90, Study ClaimsHaving two glasses of wine or beer dropped the chance of premature death by 18 percent, according to the study.
Preventive Treatment For Peanut Allergies Succeeds In StudyThe first treatment to help prevent serious allergic reactions to peanuts may be on the way.
Cleaning Products Could Cause Lung Damage In Women, Study FindsA new study finds that regularly using cleaning sprays or other cleaning products could put women at risk for lung damage.
'Doga' Meant To Help Yogis With Heart HealthDogs have been proven to help your heart health, and that's why UCHealth has partnered with Paws 4 Productivity to create "Doga."
Lack Of Food, Medication Cited Among Reasons For Closure Of Assisted Living FacilitiesFour assisted living homes in the Denver metro area have suddenly closed after a complaint prompted state health officials to move in.
Medical Training Helps Some High School Students Get Head StartIt may look like a normal science class at Denver's Manual High School, but these students are earning more than just a high school diploma.
CBS Local Interview: Filmmaker Matthew HeinemanMatthew Heineman discusses his new series on Showtime "The Trade."
Chemicals Found In Non-Stick Pans Linked To Weight Gain, Report SaysScientists say that the chemicals -- which were already suspected of causing high cholesterol and possibly cancer -- have been linked to rapid weight gain in some patients.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Is 'Happy And Ready to Rock' After Breast Cancer SurgeryThe 57-year-old Veep star gave fans an update on her battle against breast cancer, saying she was "feeling happy and ready to rock after surgery."
Flu Hospitalizations Drop In ColoradoFewer people are being hospitalized in Colorado for the flu, but that may not be the final story.

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