Intern Who Overcomes Challenges Surprised With Job OfferIn an effort to encourage young adults with disabilities to enter the workforce, those with University of Colorado Hospital in Aurora participated in “Project SEARCH.”
Olympians Visit Heart Patients For American Heart MonthSome heart patients at the University of Colorado Hospital were treated to a few special visitors on Monday.
E. coli Cases Linked To Romaine LettuceA warning from the CDC is urging people to be cautious of eating romaine lettuce after nearly 60 people were infected by E. coli bacteria.
Santa, Mrs. Claus Visit Newborns In NICUSanta and Mrs. Claus visited some newborns and other babies in the NICU unit at the University of Colorado Hospital.
Rockies Go To Bat For College Coach With Rare CancerA college baseball coach, battling a rare form of liver cancer, got some encouragement Tuesday from the pros. Three Colorado Rockies players surprised him.
Melanoma Experts Meet To Showcase Latest ResearchColoradans enjoy more than 300 days of sunshine each year. But because of our altitude and love of the outdoors, Colorado's skin cancer diagnosis is 30 percent higher than the national average.
Vets To Get Better Care Thanks To Home Depot Founder & UCHColorado veterans will soon get better service thanks to a partnership between University of Colorado Hospital and Home Depot.
'If I Could Give 2, I Would Do It': Altruistic Kidney Donor Shares StoryLast month, a woman from Denver gave a kidney to a stranger out of the kindness of her heart.
Teen Volunteers Needed For Summer Hospital ProgramTeenagers thinking about careers in health care have a chance to see what it's like to work in a hospital. They can apply to become a summer volunteer in an 8-week program at the University of Colorado Hospital.
'You Saved My Life': Cancer Survivor To Peyton ManningA cancer survivor is crediting a football legend and UCHealth for saving his life. He says an ad featuring Peyton Manning helped him find the medical care he needed.
Burn Survivor Pays It Forward At University Of Colorado HospitalTen years ago, a Colorado woman was burned on nearly 90 percent of her body. Today, she is an inspiration, helping other burn survivors recover.
Doctor Focuses On Heart Problems Affecting Cancer PatientsBattling cancer can be brutal for your heart. Some of the powerful cancer-fighting drugs can cause long-term cardiac problems. But at the University of Colorado Hospital in Aurora, there is a specially-trained doctor who doesn't miss a beat.