There’s an app out there that can see for the blind. It helps in self-sufficiency. It’s called “Tap Tap See.”
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.
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.
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.
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.
Workers at a hospital in Wheat Ridge are taking a 30-day challenge — not to lose weight or quit smoking, but to reduce stress.
There is new hope for a young boy trapped in his body. He can’t walk or even feed himself, but surgery may unlock his muscles.
Fifty-eight patients were rushed to hospitals across the city and 23 of them went to University of Colorado Hospital. CBS4′s Kathy Walsh sat down with some of the doctors and nurses who saved so many lives.
Thousands of people will gather this Sunday in Washington Park for the annual “Donor Dash.” Among them will be a man from Northglenn who is nearly 2 years out from a liver transplant.
We all scream for ice cream, but on Monday children who know about bike safety got their ice cream without screaming.