'Divine Itch' Helps Grandpa Detect Breast CancerAccording to the American Cancer Society, about one in 1,000 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer. A grandfather from Aurora is that unlucky one, but luckily he caught it twice.
Spit Test May Be Able To Diagnose Concussions In Kids, Study FindsResearchers found five small molecules called microRNAs in saliva with real potential for identifying concussive symptoms in children.
Boulder Man Travels To Cuba For Cancer TreatmentsSoon after he got his cancer diagnosis, George Keays sat down to write a note to friends. “Life isn’t meant to be fair,” he wrote. “It’s meant to be lived.”
100 Radiation Treatments Later, Mountain Dweller 'Doesn't Accept' Fatal Cancer DiagnosisRon Batt knows where his cancer came from. He was a smoker for almost 40 years.
Denver Museum Of Nature & Science Needs Taste Testers For StudyStarting Nov. 20, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science is going to be looking for volunteers, especially families, to put their taste buds to the test.
Sen. Bennet Argues Against GOP Health Care Portion Of Tax PlanSen. Michael Bennet, a Democrat and Colorado's senior senator, got into a heated debate with one of his Republican colleagues on the Senate floor over the health care portion of the GOP tax bill.
Doctor Trains Athletes & Others To Treat Their Breathing TroubleIf you get severe shortness of breath during a workout, the problem may be vocal cord dysfunction.
FDA Approves First-Ever Pill With Digital Tracking SystemThe decision is considered an unprecedented step in ensuring that patients with mental disorders take their medicine.
Man Works Through Cancer To Stay NormalOn Tuesday morning CBS4 gave Matt Payne a little support in a message on air.
Bill Gates Investing $100M To Find Cure For Alzheimer's"There's a sense that this decade will be the one that we make a lot of progress," Gates said.
Study: Women Less Likely To Get CPR From BystandersWomen are less likely than men to get CPR from a bystander and more likely to die, a new study suggests, and researchers think reluctance to touch a woman's chest might be one reason.
Toxic Soot A Major Concern As Firefighter Cancer Rates RiseThey risk their lives to save others, but the most dangerous part of a firefighter's job isn't the always the flames.

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