Scientists Reverse Brain Damage In Toddler After Drowning AccidentEden Carlson suffered brain damage from a drowning incident, but saw much of the damage reversed after doctors used oxygen therapy.
Dangerous Levels Of Bacteria Shut Down Boulder ReservoirHigh levels of bacteria forced parks and recreation officials to close the swim beach at the Boulder Reservoir.
Colorado's Senators Aren't Throwing In The Towel On Health CareColorado's junior and senior U.S. senators shared drastically different opinions on Tuesday after the latest attempt to repeal Obamacare died.
Mother Writes Book About Brave Young Girl For Her Daughter Born With Rare Birth DefectsBrigitta was born without a left foot, but she makes walking look easy.
Couple Warns Parents 'Don't Let Anyone Kiss Your Baby' After Virus Kills NewbornA newborn baby has died from viral meningitis caused by a herpes virus as a result of close contact with someone other than her parents.
Doctors Remove 27 Contact Lenses From Woman's Eye During SurgeryA woman was slated to have a routine cataract surgery when doctors found 27 contact lenses in her eye.
Bone Fragment Scare Forces Hot Dog RecallThe maker of Sabrett hot dogs is recalling more than 7 million pounds of hot dogs because they may contain bone fragments.
Rocky Flats: Colorado's Nuclear ShadowFederal and state health officials say tests show the area where the Rocky Flats nuclear weapons plant once stood is safe. But, now as a new community is built alongside the former site, critics questioning the efficacy of the cleanup are coming forward.
Liver Transplant Recipient Makes Special Trip For Donor DashThe 18th Annual Donor Dash 5K kicks off at Denver’s Washington Park Sunday.
Preliminary Colorado Numbers Show Big Health Insurance Rate IncreasesHealth insurance rates could increase by the highest amount in Colorado since the individual marketplace opened under Obamacare.
Children's Hospital Joins Fight Against GOP Health Care BillChildren's Hospital Colorado is joining the fight against the Republican health care bill. They want to make sure that sick children are not left behind.
Children With Diabetes Get First Day Camp ExperienceIn Denver, the American Diabetes Association put on a summer day camp and gave some campers their first day camp experience.

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