Coloradans Take Advantage Of Free Wellness ChecksSome customers at a Walmart in Denver walked out with a free wellness checkup.
Kidney Donation Chain Donor, Recipient MeetA Colorado woman received a new chance at life recently, thanks to a once-anonymous kidney donor.
Birth Control Pills May Prevent Some Cancers, Study FindsAccording to the researchers at the National Cancer Institute, oral contraceptives can reduce the chance of developing ovarian, breast, and other cancers in women.
90,000+ Coloradans Could Lose Health Insurance If Congress Doesn't ActMore than 90,000 Coloradans could lose insurance if Congress does not approve government funding by Friday.
Family Supports Newborn Screening Standard After Daughter's Lifesaving DiagnosisState lawmakers are considering a bill that would made health screenings for newborns standard across Colorado. There are some screenings that can save lives.
Hospitals Teaming Up To Start Not-For-Profit Drug Company To Combat Drugmakers' High PricesIn a Jan. 17 announcement by Intermountain Healthcare, the hospital network is teaming up with Ascension, SSM Health, and Trinity Health to combat rising prices of life-saving drugs.
Colorado Flu Death Happened In Southern ColoradoOfficials in El Paso County say the young Colorado patient who died from the flu died in their county.
Flu Claims First Pediatric Death In Colorado This SeasonColorado has seen its first flu-related death in a child this flu season.
State Lawmakers Avert Medical CatastropheState lawmakers have averted a massive shortage of nurses in Colorado. They passed a bill on Wednesday that remedies a small but significant technicality that would have prevented 86,000 nurses from working in Colorado at the end of the week.
Father Warns Of Dangerous Virus Other Than FluWhile influenza is on everybody's minds, there is another illness putting people in the hospital.
White House Doctor: 'No Concerns' About Trump's Cognitive AbilityOfficials said the exam and physical went "exceptionally well" and described President Trump's health as "excellent."
Clock Ticks On Bill To Allow Out-Of-State Nurses To Practice In ColoradoLawmakers are racing against a Friday deadline to pass a bill that threatens the jobs of tens of thousands of nurses in Colorado.