National Jewish Health
U. S. teenagers are getting sleepier. According to a new study, up to a third of teens don’t get enough shuteye each night.
More than a dozen teenagers in Colorado are authors after sharing their personal stories and putting their feelings on paper.
The chest CT scan that smoker Stan Swank received in April may have saved his life, and offered proof that early detection of lung cancer is effective.
A new study links a pregnant woman’s exposure to some common household chemicals to their unborn child’s risk of developing asthma.
An estimated 18 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea which means they stop breathing at different times during their sleep cycle.
Two Denver hospitals are teaming up for a new joint operating agreement.
Chase Vaughn called in sick last week, telling his bosses at National Jewish Health where he answered phone calls from people wanting to stop smoking or lose weight that he had the stomach flu.
Chronic insomnia affects one in five Americans at some time or another and researchers at National Jewish Health in Denver are working to find a cure.
For the first time ever the Food and Drug Administration is targeting teens and tobacco.
If your child has trouble catching their breath when catching a ball or doing other activities, one local doctor is working on a solution.