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.
Warm Weather Sparks Spring-Like Allergies Along Front RangeIt’s not uncommon this time of year-- hacking, sneezing, itchy and watery eyes-- but it may not be the common cold.
FDA Anti-Smoking Campaign Targets Minority TeensThe Food and Drug Administration announced a new anti-smoking campaign on Tuesday, one that specifically targets minority teenagers.
Band To Finish Album In Memory Of Teen Member Who Died From Peanut AllergyA high school community in Littleton is heartbroken after a teenager died on Monday night. His father says he died because of an allergic reaction to peanuts.
New Colorado QuitLine Customized For Native American SmokersAccording to the CDC, cigarette smoking is more common among American Indians than any other racial and ethnic group in the U.S. And research indicates American Indians have a tougher time quitting than other smokers.