'We Are A Desert': Community Builds Urban FarmThe cold weather couldn’t keep supporters and neighbors of the Montbello Urban Farm from touring their snow-covered garden Monday.
Doubling Up Food Stamp Dollars Makes Sense to Promote Healthy EatingLow-income families in the Denver metro area can now both find and afford healthy food.
Colorado Could Pop Diet Soda Back Into High SchoolsDiet soda could make a comeback in Colorado public high schools. On Wednesday, the Colorado Board of Education debated bringing the beverage back.
Hundreds Attend 'Viva Streets' In Cesar Chavez ParkThe streets surrounding Cesar Chavez Park were closed off to cars and opened up to bicyclists, strollers and walkers on Sunday for “Viva Streets.”
Thousands Sign Up For Colorado Health ChallengeMore than 5,500 people signed up for a challenge to get more Coloradans off the couch.
Colorado Launching Statewide Health ChallengeColorado has one of the nation's lowest obesity rates, but more than half its residents are overweight or obese.
Health Care Costs Spur Push For Wellness ProgramsMichelle Ebert played basketball, volleyball, tennis and softball in high school. But she gained weight after college while building her career with a firm that helps other companies manage customer service, often working 14-hour days.
Sugar Crash: What To Do With All That Candy!What to do with all that Halloween candy!
Good Nutrition For Children Starts At HomeDisney is getting serious about helping children slim down. The company announced Tuesday it will ban advertisements for sugary cereals and fast food on its TV and radio stations, and on the Disney website.
Health Experts In Colorado React To Proposed NYC Super-Size Soda BanNew York City is considering limiting its size of soft drinks to 16 ounces or less. Health experts in Colorado don't think that's a bad idea.
Survey Shows How Often Coloradans ExerciseA survey of Colorado adults shows about seven out of 10 say they exercise at least three days a week.