Dr. Dave Hnida: Tourism A Big Concern For Colorado As Neighboring States SurgeLast week, an official from the World Health Organization suggested the spread of COVID-19 from an asymptomatic person is rare.
Go Ahead, Jump In. Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida Tackles COVID-19 & The PoolWith temperatures heading back into the 90s for the weekend, plenty of people in Colorado want to hit the pool.
WHO Just Adds To Our COVID Confusion. Here's What To Do.It seems WHO is the leading the world in causing confusion about COVID-19.
Dr. Dave Hnida: Coloradans Should Remain Aware Of 3 Major Dynamics In Fight Against COVID-19More and more companies are offering tests to look for COVID-19 antibodies, so we asked Dr. Dave Hnida what you should know before you get a test.
Would You Want To Get A Coronavirus Vaccine? Only Half Of Americans Say 'Yes'If a vaccine to prevent Coronavirus becomes available by the end to the year, would you hurry to get in line to roll up your sleeve?
Dr. Dave Hnida: Even With Added Precautions, Degree Of Risk Is Involved In Airline TravelAirlines are taking extra steps to protect passengers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Still, is it truly safe to fly?
President Trump Is Taking Hydroxychloroquine. Should You?When President Donald Trump announced this week that he is taking the drug hydroxychloroquine, it reignited the debate over the whether the medication has a place in the everyday prevention and treatment of coronavirus.
Youngest Colorado Students May Experience Most Changes When Schools ReopenCBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida expects big changes in how schools will look this fall. He shared some questions parents should be asking.
Dr. Dave Hnida: Report About Coronavirus Mutation Not A Reason To PanicA new report came out last week saying the coronavirus is mutating, and could be more contagious.
New Condition Associated With Coronavirus Is Now Being Seen In Children. What You Need To KnowAn unusual condition likely associated with COVID-19 is being recognized in children.
Ask Dr. Dave Hnida: Is It Safe To Eat Meat As Meat Plants Deal With Outbreaks?One of the biggest concerns with coronavirus is that about one in four people who have been infected have no symptoms.