National Jewish Health
Lung cancer is the number one cancer killer, and it’s often discovered too late to cure. But researchers at National Jewish Health in Denver may have found a new way to spot it earlier than ever.
Haze shrouded the Front Range on Saturday as a massive wildfire in New Mexico has been sending smoke into Colorado skies.
When a baby is born in Colorado, a tiny blood sample from the heel is screened for 35 serious disorders. This year the state added what’s often called “Bubble Boy Disease” to its list of newborn tests.
Researchers at National Jewish Health are hoping to prove that it’s never too late to change when it comes to healthy eating habits.
The smoke spread across much of the south metro area Monday from the Lower North Fork Fire prompted health concerns and some warnings that extended into Tuesday afternoon.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and National Jewish Health in Colorado both have issued a warning about nasal washes after two people have died from using tap water to do their sinus rinse.
Pregnancy and exhaustion seem to go together, but being overly fatigued can signal a bigger problem for a mother and her baby.
A northeast Denver family is fighting for a healthy home. They had a mold clean-up job done in December, but say the mold still exists.
Can patients be trained to control their asthma? That’s what researchers are studying at National Jewish Health in Denver.
Doctors and nurses at National Jewish Health are improving the care of low income patients with asthma.