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Western Wildfires Causing Health Concerns In ColoradoHeadaches, burning eyes, and a scratchy throat. If you're experiencing any of those symptoms, you're not alone.
2 Colorado Hospitals Ranked Among Best In CountryTwo Colorado hospitals are ranked among the best in the country.
More Builders Halting Construction Because Of Formaldehyde JoistsMore home builders are having to stop construction because of joists covered in formaldehyde.
Party At Altitude Offers Good Time, Good CauseParty at Altitude is a stylish, upscale evening that raises money for the National Jewish Health Morgridge Academy for chronically ill children.
Allergies Feeling Worse? Blame The HeatThe heat is making allergy season worse.
Kids Honor Local Chef With School GardenA group of chronically ill children honored a local chef by dedicating a garden to him.
Chef Offers Recipe For Chronically Ill Students' SuccessA Denver chef, restaurateur and a one-of-a-kind school are joining forces for a healthier future. "Eat. Drink. Donate." is a campaign to help chronically ill children with both funding and fresh food, a great pairing.
Families In Need Of Lifesaving EpiPens Shocked At Price IncreaseA vital lifesaving tool is now gouging some families. The price of an EpiPen has risen roughly 480 percent since 2009.
Front Range Air Quality Being Affected By WildfiresThe smoke from wildfires is impacting air quality along the Front Range.
Campaign To Increase Tobacco Tax Aims To Decrease SmokingSupporters launched a campaign to raise the tobacco tax by $1.75 per pack in Colorado on Wednesday. They say the initiative is about creating a healthier Colorado.
Study: 1,500 Percent Increase Of Children Poisoned By E-CigarettesA new study shows that more children than ever are being poisoned by e-cigarettes.
CDC Wonders 'Is It Really A Penicillin Allergy?'You probably know someone who thinks he or she is allergic to penicillin. CBS4 Health Specialist Kathy Walsh took an unscientific survey on Denver's 16th Street Mall.

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