Gov. Hickenlooper Rolls Up Sleeve For Flu ShotGov. John Hickenlooper and Lt. Gov. Donna Lynne rolled up their sleeves to get their annual flu shots.
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.
Spike Of Flu Cases In Colorado, More Than Most StatesThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says there's a spike in flu cases, with Colorado running at a higher level than most states in the U.S.
Say Hello To The Flu In ColoradoFever, chills, aches, and cough? There's a good chance it could be influenza, which has hit Colorado within the past week or so, and expected to increase in the time to come.
Sorry Kids, No Nasal Spray Flu Vaccine This Year, It's Back To The ShotIt's time for flu immunizations, but there is some bad news for kids. The nasal spray vaccination looks like it doesn't work as well as thought, so now the American Academy of Pediatrics says it's back to the traditional flu shot for protection.
The Nose Doesn't Know -- You Now Need The ShotA nasal flu vaccine seemed easy, painless, and effective. But new research shows that yes, it's easy and painless...yet it is NOT effective. Be prepared to roll up that sleeve to prevent influenza.
Why This Year's Weather Is Literally Making You SickSeem like you're fighting one germ after another? The answer is easy: blame the weather.
Bronco Fans: How To Intercept Germs At A Super Bowl Get-TogetherFew things better than watching your favorite team play in the big game, but as Dr. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr Dave Hnida reports, super games mean super germs. Here's how to stay in the game.
Did You Use One Of These Excuses? I Sure Hope NotIt's not only the holiday season -- it's the start of the flu season. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida explains why you should be immunized, and why the reasons some people avoid the vaccine simply aren't true.
FluMist Shortage Means More Will Get Flu Shots This YearPediatricians are warning they may not be able to offer FluMist this year to all of their young patients. The good news: there is plenty of the vaccine available in shot form.
Health Experts: This Year's Flu Vaccine Better Than Last Year'sFlu season is quickly approaching and health officials are optimistic that this year's flu vaccine will be more effective than last year's. But they also warn that influenza can be unpredictable.
First Enterovirus, Then The Flu, And Now RSVA Denver hospital is packed with children suffering from a respiratory virus called RSV, and doctors want to get the word out that the disease is spreading and could be dangerous, even deadly, for some infants.