Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center
Officials say a 7-year-old Colorado girl diagnosed with bubonic plague has been moved out of intensive care and is recovering.
It’s something many mothers and doctors make the decision to do, but one group held a rally Monday saying scheduled cesarean sections are happening too much and they may not be the best thing for the baby.
Those who hope to schedule their baby’s birth should think 39 weeks. Studies show that’s the earliest date to avoid potential medical problems.
A Colorado mother is helping premature babies breathe easier. She came up with a special backpack after her son was born 3 months early.
A baby born with a serious heart defect is recovering well. His family is grateful to doctors at the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children, who diagnosed the problem before birth and corrected it.
A 7-year-old from Honduras is recovering from lifesaving surgery. Her heart was repaired in Denver thanks to a surgeon at the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children.
A fire in the heating system at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center sent smoke into the hospital.
There are growing concerns about metal-on-metal hip replacements and one company has already recalled one model.
Rock ‘n roll teamed up with a Denver metro area hospital on Wednesday to encourage more people to donate bone marrow.
The bitter cold may have people feeling a little under the weather. Doctors say cold temperatures can cause health problems and people need to take precautions.