Newborn Swaddle Bath Is Far Cry From Traditional First BathA hospital in Fort Collins is offering a new option for baby's first bath called a “swaddle immersion bath.”
Antidepressants Linked To Elevated Risk Of Death, Study SaysThe drugs can prevent major organs from absorbing serotonin - a vital chemical used by the heart, kidneys, lungs, and liver - from the body’s bloodstream.
ADA Celebrates Healthy Lunch On National DayTuesday, September 19th is the American Diabetes Association's National Healthy Lunch Day.
Colorado Sues Government Over Rocky Mountain Arsenal SiteThe State of Colorado is suing the U.S. government over who should control the contaminated areas that remain at the former Rocky Mountain Arsenal.
Suicide Attempts On The Rise In U.S., Study FindsYounger adults were even more prone to self-destructive behavior than other groups, according to the study.
Life-Saving Match: How The Organ Transplant Process WorksSelena Gomez is making headlines after revealing she underwent a kidney transplant, which raises a good question: How does the organ transplant process work?
'An Angel Came Into Our Lives:' Injured Flight Nurse Gets New KidneyA flight nurse nearly killed in a 2015 crash is thanking the donor who gave him a new kidney and spreading awareness about organ donation.
Baby Wears 'Aviator' Helmet For Protection After Skull SurgeryA baby boy from Pueblo travels to Children's Hospital Colorado in Aurora every two weeks to have his skull checked.
Suicide Prevention Experts Focus On Talking About SuicideColorado is ranked 9th in the U.S. for suicides, that's about 20 suicides for every 100,000 people.
Colorado Researchers To Study Device To Relieve Low Back PainIt is estimated there are more than 3 million cases of lower back pain in the U.S. every year.
A Warning About This Year's Flu Season From The Land Down UnderThe forecast for this year's flu season is for a nasty one. And it's one that's based on what we are seeing on the other side of the world.
More Than Half Of Americans Have Battled Obesity, Study SaysThe study found that 50.8 percent of men and 51.6 percent of women in the U.S. had battled obesity.