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.
Colorado Mascots Deliver Holiday Cheer To PatientsSome of Colorado's well-known mascots delivered some holiday cheer to those in the hospital on Thursday.
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.
Heart Monitor Paired With Smartphone Detects Irregular HeartbeatIt is touted as the first and only insertable cardiac monitor to pair with a smartphone and there's an app for it.
50 Years After First Heart Transplant, Patient Grateful For AdvancesSunday will be 50 years since the first human heart transplant.
Mother And Baby Survive Serious Complications Linked To C-SectionsA mother from Thornton is especially grateful this Thanksgiving. Both she and her baby boy survived a life-threatening pregnancy condition.
'Divine Itch' Helps Grandpa Detect Breast CancerAccording to the American Cancer Society, about one in 1,000 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer. A grandfather from Aurora is that unlucky one, but luckily he caught it twice.
Scout's Eagle Project Is Personal, Helps Bone Marrow RegistryA Boy Scout organized a bone marrow registry drive over the weekend for his Eagle Scout project but it's more than just fulfilling the requirements, it's personal.
Scout’s Eagle Project Is PersonalAn aspiring Eagle Scout in Littleton is encouraging people to "Be the Match." Zach Mullen is hosting a bone marrow registry drive this Sunday.
Surgeon Sews Climber’s Charred Thumbs To Her ArmsAn elite rock climber, nearly electrocuted in an accident at her Estes Park home, thought she would never climb again.
Man Battling Leukemia Gets Surprise From Broncos PlayersThe Denver Broncos may still be stinging from Sunday’s shutout loss, but the team rallied to make one man's day extra special on Tuesday.
Doctors Use Man’s Leg To Save His Injured ArmA concrete worker from Thornton, seriously injured in a car crash, has had an unusual transplant. Doctors saved his arm by using Mike Klement as his own donor.