National Jewish Health
If you’re sneezing and sniffling you’re not alone. Allergy season is back with a vengeance for some late-summer suffering.
More than a million people in the United States receive hip and knee replacements each year, but there are some who are allergic to the metal used in the implant.
New data from the Centers for Disease Control shows 11 percent of school age children in the United States have been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and two-thirds of them are taking stimulants.
The experts are telling allergy sufferers to be prepared since the allergy season might come early because of the warm weather.
Child advocates have been asking Colorado state lawmakers for a bill to protect what they call drug-endangered children now that Amendment 64 is state law.
Those hoping to kick the habit of lighting up can get some extra help from the Colorado Quitline. The free call-in service has helped more than 77,000 people stop smoking in the past decade.
Couches comes in different sizes, colors and fabrics, and — according to a new study raising lots of eyebrows this week — a health risk may be hidden in the cushion.
A Colorado hospital is teaching some pediatricians how best to treat a chronic condition. They are targeting eczema, an itchy rash that can get so bad it affects the whole family.
Law enforcement officers in the Denver metro area continue to raid illegal marijuana grow operations, and the dangers to their health have become significant.
A new study says law enforcement officers put themselves at risk when then go into indoor marijuana grow operations.