Salads, Coleslaw Recalled For Possible Listeria ContaminationSalads and coleslaw sold at King Soopers stores in Colorado and Wyoming have been recalled because they may be contaminated with listeria.
Runners Help Raise Money For Families Battling Tough OddsHundreds of people came together for the first ever Walk for Wishes 5K Run at Hudson Gardens in Littleton Saturday morning.
Trading Scars for Art: Breast Cancer Survivors Get InkedFor many breast cancer patients, a mastectomy is life-saving and life-changing procedure.
Don't Miss This Saturday's Making Strides WalkThe American Cancer Society is hosting its Making Strides against Breast Cancer Walk on Oct. 22.
New Colorado Law Requires Reporting of Dense Breast TissueAccording to the Susan G. Komen organization, women with high breast density are four-to-five times more likely to get breast cancer than women with low breast density, but the cancer is more difficult to find.
Superheroes Rappel Down Side Of Hospital For Young PatientsPolice officers dressed as superheroes rappelled from the roof of Children's Hospital Colorado to brighten the day of the patients inside.
Mother Fighting Breast Cancer Gets Help Feeding NewbornA mother, battling breast cancer, is getting help feeding her newborn. The Mothers' Milk Bank (MMB) is supplying the family with human donor milk.
West Nile Virus Deadlier In One Colorado CountyWest Nile Virus has proven to be especially deadly in Larimer County this year according to health officials.
Sugary-Drink Tax To Help Children, SchoolsThe controversial soda tax in Boulder is benefiting 16 organizations in Colorado.
Registered Nurse Charged With Stealing Drugs Intended For PatientsA registered nurse who worked at North Colorado Medical Center was charged Thursday with stealing fentanyl and morphine from the hospital’s stockpile.
Medical Experts Stress Importance Of Flu ShotsMedical experts are saying now is the time to get vaccinated against the flu, and are stressing protection for children.
Workshop Puts First Responder Training In The Hands Of The PublicParticipants at the Stop the Bleed workshop learned how to use bandages and tourniquets to stop the flow of blood and possibly save a life.