Millions of Americans are suffering from sticker shock after refilling their prescriptions. Most major health insurers are quietly changing their prescription drug plans and forcing consumers to pay a larger percentage of the total drug cost instead of a set co-pay.
A man accused of soliciting an undercover officer for sex with the knowledge of being infected with HIV/AIDS has been formally charged.
Students, faculty and alumni at the University of Denver plan to protest when the university’s international studies school presents an award to former president George W. Bush.
A dentist who reused needles and put thousands of patients at risk of contracting deadly diseases has been arrested in Nevada.
Auditors say a dozen physicians have issued half of the medical marijuana recommendations in Colorado and that the state is not providing enough oversight so only qualified individuals get referrals to use the drug.
There are new accusations against a dentist who has already been accused of reusing needles and putting thousands of patients at risk.
There are now six former patients of a dentist accused of reusing needles who have tested positive for either hepatitis or HIV.
Two more patients of a dentist accused of reusing needles have tested positive for hepatitis or HIV.
Critics are howling, but the American Academy of Pediatrics has finally hopped off the fence when it comes to circumcision. They say: just do it. CBS Denver Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida explains why circumcision may be the right decision for some parents.
Officials at the San Luis Valley Medical Center in Alamosa are contacting 64 patients who had a colonoscopy over the past month.