Lafayette Woman With Headache For 5 Years Finally Finds Some ReliefBecky Benson from Lafayette suffered with a debilitating headache for five long years. On a scale of one to 10, she says it was sometimes a 12. But Benson is now pain-free thanks to a tiny device implanted in her hip.
Denver Mom Who Got Birth Control Implant Still Gets PregnantA Denver mom says she got the birth control Nexplanon in January and is now 14-weeks pregnant.
Kaiser Permanente, Workers Reach Tentative Contract PlanKaiser Permanente and unions representing 105,000 health care workers across the United States have reached a tentative contract agreement.
Latest Study About Benefits Of Alcohol Was Done On A Huge ScaleA drink a day could help keep heart failure away, according to a lengthy study of nearly 15,000 people.
Pregnancy Discrimination A Growing Problem In Colorado WorkplacePregnancy discrimination is a growing problem in the American workplace and several women in Colorado believe they were victims.
Colorado Can Cut Diseases By Trimming Childhood Poverty, Group ArguesChildhood poverty and severe stress may cause disease later in life, experts said at a Colorado Children's Campaign luncheon on Tuesday.
Some Who Used 'Connect For Health Colorado' Getting 2 Health Plan BillsToo much health insurance. A Northern Colorado woman is getting bills for a plan she canceled months ago, and as CBS4 found out, she isn't the only one.
‘Cool Colors Of Autumn’ Car Show Benefits Vets In Need Of Medical Care
iPads Linked To Nasty Nickel AllergyDoctors across the country are starting to see more rashes related to iPads, and the problem may be nickel allergies.
Boulder B-Cycle To Expand, Kaiser Permanente Named SponsorBoulder B-cycle on Wednesday announced that it will expand its operations in the city by 70 percent this spring.
Detectives Hope Public Can Help Find Hit & Run DriverDeputies in Arapahoe County are searching for the driver wanted in a hit and run that left a young cyclist injured.
Thousands Sign Up For Colorado Health ChallengeMore than 5,500 people signed up for a challenge to get more Coloradans off the couch.