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FluMist Shortage Means More Will Get Flu Shots This YearPediatricians are warning they may not be able to offer FluMist this year to all of their young patients. The good news: there is plenty of the vaccine available in shot form.
'It's A Miracle ... It Is A Miracle' Says Man Who Received New AFib ProcedureAlmost three million people in the U.S. suffer from atrial fibrillation, a type of irregular heartbeat. It's a leading cause of stroke. CBS4 Health Specialist Kathy Walsh found a new procedure to correct the most serious cases.
Theater Shooting Victim Gets 'Best Father's Day Gift & Story'Jurors have a break on the theater shooting trial for a few days and the defense will start its case Thursday. In the meantime one of the victims got some wonderful news on Sunday.
Parents Growing Pot Learn Sentence For 3-Year-Old Who Tested Positive For THCThe parents of a 3-year-old who were growing marijuana have been sentenced after their toddler tested positive for THC and had to be treated at a hospital.
Surgeries Postponed At Denver's VA Hospital Amid Air Unit ConcernsSurgeries have been postponed at Denver's VA Medical Center after concerns about air units in the operating rooms.
Miles Raises Awareness Of Heart Disease With Visit To HospitalMiles the Broncos mascot is using his time in the off season to raise awareness about heart disease in women.
Former Colorado Lt. Gov. Joe Rogers Dead At 49Former Colorado Lt. Gov. Joe Rogers, the last lawmaker independently elected to the position, has died at the age of 49.
Denver Hospital Invests In 'Germ-Bot' To Help Fight InfectionsRose Medical Center is taking aim at hospital acquired infections.
Former Marine Suing Anesthesiologist After Contracting Hepatitis CA man who contracted hepatitis C in the Kristen Parker case is suing his anesthesiologist.
Rose Medical Center To Offer 2 New Ways To Fight Breast CancerThis month a Colorado hospital will offer two new technologies to fight breast cancer. One will improve detection while the other will improve treatment.
2 Colorado Hospitals Join Growing Number That Stop Elective Baby DeliveriesTwo hospitals in Colorado have announced plans to stop elective deliveries of babies before 39 weeks. They're joining a growing number of hospitals discouraging expecting mothers from scheduling C-sections and inducing labor before 39 weeks.
FDA Hopes To Clear Up Confusion About Acetaminophen DosageFederal health officials are considering whether to add dosing instructions for children under 2 years old to products such as Children's Tylenol.
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