State of Diabetes Breakfast Includes Mental Health MessageThe American Diabetes Association held its annual State of Diabetes Breakfast, and this year the message was about mental health.
Two Injured In Gunfire Between Police And Despondent ManA police officer and a man are both in the hospital this morning after an exchange of gunfire in a southwest Denver neighborhood.
New Law Gives Mental Health Response System A MakeoverGov. John Hickenlooper has signed a bill into law that overhauls the state's mental health response system and de-criminalizes mental illness.
Weed Could Be The Cure For Dementia, Study FindsA study has found that a key ingredient in weed, THC, effectively halted brain aging in mice.
Colorado Campaign Tackles Stigma Of Mental IllnessThere is a stigma around mental illness. People feel embarrassed and ashamed. Now, a coalition of organizations in Colorado wants to change that by getting people talking.
Autistic Teens Missing From Westminster Group HomeTwo teens are reported missing at this hour following their disappearance from a group home in Westminster.
Lawmaker's Son Inspires Suicide Prevention BillA bill before state lawmakers would allow middle school students to seek mental health therapy without their parents' permission.
Facebook Use Makes Users' Unhappy, Study FindsA new study has found that using Facebook makes us unhappy, but human face-to-face interaction still makes us happy.
New Clinic Offers Mental Health Services to LGBTQ CommunityThere's a new effort to improve health care for members of the LGBTQ community.
Former Bronco Pushes For Research Into Cannabis Compound For NFL PlayersCan a compound found in cannabis help football players suffering from brain trauma? Former Denver Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer is convinced it can.
Mental Health Colorado Kicks Off Listening TourAn advocate group for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of mental health and substance use disorders kicked off a statewide listening tour on Wednesday. It's an effort to engage more citizens in the attempt to break through barriers to mental health care.
Psychologist: Mental Health Checks Won't Keep Mentally Ill From Buying GunsA clinical psychologist in the Denver metro area says the mental health background checks in President Barack Obama's order still won't keep mentally ill people from buying guns.

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