Colorado Researchers Lead Efforts To Combat Zika VirusResearchers in Colorado are helping in the fight against the Zika virus. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention office in Fort Collins has led U.S. efforts to combat the virus since 2007.
Sexually-Transmitted Zika Case Confirmed In TexasHealth officials say a patient in Dallas has acquired the Zika virus through sexual transmission. The virus is also transmitted through mosquitoes.
Bacon Lovers Get A Dish Of Bad News From World Health OrganizationBad news Monday for bacon lovers. A new report says bacon and other processed meats cause cancer and red meat probably contributes to it, too.
Colorado Health Officials Hope To Alleviate Ebola FearsThe state of Colorado is getting ready in case there is ever an Ebola case in the state. On Tuesday officials from the Colorado Department of Health and Environment spoke about what they've been doing to prepare for any cases that could make its way to Colorado.
Ebola Virus Advances In Wildfire-Like Pattern, Researchers SayEbola outbreaks in western Africa spread similarly to how wildfire advances, Colorado experts have discovered.
The MERS Outbreak: Is The Government Doing Enough?The CDC and WHO claim they are hard at work tracking 100 people that may have come in contact with the deadly MERS virus.
Advocacy Group Targets Trader Joe's Over Meat Raised On AntibioticsThe stores aren’t even open yet in Colorado, yet an advocacy group is calling on Trader Joe's to stop selling meat raised on antibiotics.
Tanning Beds Once Again Under Fire In ColoradoThere’s a new push to prevent teens from using tanning beds in Colorado. This time, however, one lawmaker wants to make it a lot tougher.
Colorado Flu Season Has Doctors On AlertHealth officials warn that Colorado is in the throes of one of the worst flu seasons since 2009, but there is still plenty of vaccine available.
Excuse Me, I'm Talking On My Cell Phone ... And Sipping CoffeeThe World Health Organization says cellphones may double your risk of a rare brain tumor. Actually, the said "may." Most doctors say baloney. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr Dave Hnida has more on the controversial, and scary, statement.