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Woody Roseland talks with CBS4's Kathy Walsh (credit: CBS)

Colorado Surgeon, Students Design Permanent Artificial Leg

A Denver surgeon has teamed up with college students to improve the lives of amputees. They are designing a permanent artificial leg.

01/09/2013

Von Miller with a patient at the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children (credit: CBS)

Von Miller Visits Patients At Rocky Mountain Hospital For Children

Broncos defenseman Von Miller proved he’s just as awesome off the field as on after he stopped by the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children on Tuesday.

10/30/2012

Joshua Leong with Dr. Shay Bess (credit: CBS)

Adopted Boy From China Has Severe Spine Curve Corrected In Colorado

Joshua Leong was twisted and bent over with a condition that was never corrected in his homeland. CBS4 Health Specialist Kathy Walsh met the family who adopted him and the doctor who changed his life.

10/03/2012

Jim Southard and Deb Rewerts (credit: CBS)

Off-Duty Nurse Saves Heart Attack Victim On The Street

An emergency room nurse saved a man’s life, not in the hospital, but on the street.

09/07/2012

Ben Petrick talks with CBS4's Kathy Walsh (credit: CBS)

Parkinson’s Stole Rockies Star’s Career, But Not His Courage

A former Colorado Rockies player is sharing how his promising career was cut short by Parkinson’s disease.

08/29/2012

Each newborn has a security sensor at Sky Ridge Medical Center (credit: CBS)

Denver Area Hospitals Focus On Newborn Security

One hospital in the Denver metro area is confident in its newborn security measures. The focus on keeping infants with their parents in the days following birth is emphasized after a woman in California tried to steal a baby.

08/08/2012

Birth control options (credit: CBS)

Longer-Lasting Birth Control Options More Reliable

A new birth control study shows that longer-lasting options are much more reliable. An IUD or implant is 20 percent more effective at preventing pregnancy than birth control pills, the patch or ring.

05/23/2012

The FDA recommends manufacturers develop scanners that are safer for children (credit: CBS)

FDA Urges Production Of Scanners That Are Safer For Children

Children could be getting unnecessarily high levels of radiation when they undergo CT scans and X-Rays. The FDA urges manufacturers to develop new scanners with children in mind.

05/09/2012

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Concussion Rate Among Young Athletes Growing

Researchers believe concussions can be a very serious condition if left untreated.

04/25/2012

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Magnetic Beads Meant For Adults Making Children Sick

Popular magnets meant for adults have been sending children to the hospital. There have been several cases in Colorado and across the country.

04/24/2012

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