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CBS4's Kathy Walsh with Matt Reid and one of his quadruplets (credit: CBS)

Meet The ‘One In A Million’ Quadruplets

One would think after delivering quadruplets Melissa Reid would be too exhausted to chat. Not so. She talked with CBS4’s Kathy Walsh on Wednesday about the extremely rare births.

20 hours ago

CBS4's Kathy Walsh talks with Dana Goldsmith at DIA (credit: CBS)

Colorado Red Cross Volunteers Head To Washington To Help Wildfire Victims

The Red Cross of Colorado is sending two volunteers to Washington state to help people devastated by wildfires. One of the volunteers flew out on Monday and CBS4’s Kathy Walsh found she’s no stranger to big fires.

07/21/2014

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‘Lunchbox Express’ Makes Sure Needy Children Don’t Go Hungry

Hunger is usually associated with cold weather, but people go hungry in the summer as well. CBS4’s Kathy Walsh found an organization in Denver making sure needy children get a free and filling lunch when school’s out.

07/07/2014

Dave Denniston talks with CSB4's Kathy Walsh (credit; CBS)

Paralyzed Friend Of Amy Van Dyken Rouen Will Help Her With Recovery

Fans and friends are already offering their support for Amy Van Dyken Rouen, including one man who used to swim on the same swimming club as Van Dyken Rouen.

06/10/2014

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CU Study: Diet Beverages Better For Losing Weight Than Water

Drinking diet beverages helps people lose weight. In fact, it does a better job than water. That’s the conclusion of a groundbreaking study from University of Colorado researchers.

05/27/2014

Jake Cohen shows CBS4's Kathy Walsh how TapTapSee works (credit: CBS)

New Phone App Can Help The Blind See

There’s an app out there that can see for the blind. It helps in self-sufficiency. It’s called “Tap Tap See.”

03/12/2014

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Vending Machine Customers React To New Rules

Within a year President Barack Obama’s health care plan will require calorie information be displayed on vending machines to help people make healthier choices.

12/30/2013

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Research Shows Fewer Concussions Are Suffered At High Altitude

Concussions are a major health concern in Colorado, especially among high school athletes. Now new research has found that children in Colorado may be safer than children elsewhere.

12/10/2013

Gretchen Josephson with her sister Karen (credit: CBS)

Down Syndrome’s Link To Alzheimer’s Gets Closer Look At CU Hospital

Could studying Down syndrome help unlock the mystery of Alzheimer’s disease? Researchers are now investigating why people with Down syndrome are at a high risk for Alzheimer’s.

11/20/2013

Issac Foster (credit: CBS)

Colorado Baby Gets Heart Surgery From Doctor Who Invented Procedure

A baby boy is recovering from open heart surgery. CBS4 Health Specialist Kathy Walsh met Issac Foster and the doctors who operated on him. In fact, one of the doctors invented the procedure.

10/15/2013

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