Colorado Doctor: Scratch And Sniff May Be Better For COVID Screenings Than Temperature CheckTemperature checks have become commonplace as doctors' offices and other businesses screen for COVID-19, however they may not be the most reliable indicator of coronavirus.
Doubling Up Masks Creates 'Obstacle Course' For COVID, Colorado Doctor Encourages You To Consider ItWearing a mask provides protection against COVID-19 both for the person wearing the mask and those around them. Now we're hearing wearing two masks may offer even more protection.
Dr. Dave Hnida: What To Know About Visiting Older Parents After They Receive COVID VaccinationsRight now the state of Colorado is working hard to get every 70 year old (and older) vaccinated against COVID-19.
Colorado Doctor Thinks Johnson & Johnson's COVID Vaccine Could Be A 'Game Changer'More doses of the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccine will be available soon. And two more vaccines are in the pipeline for approval.
Dr. Dave Hnida: Emerging COVID Mutations Mean Funding For More Genetic Testing NeededThe original coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, has mutated several times, raising concerns about spread, symptoms and the efficacy of vaccines.
COVID In Colorado: What The Future Could Hold In ColoradoThe arrival of a mutated strain of COVID-19 in Colorado has raised questions about immunity, vaccines and the coronavirus outlook for the coming months.
Colorado Doctor Says Splitting Vaccines A Great Concept But Distribution More ImportantThe FDA is talking with Moderna about the possibility of splitting doses of its COVID-19 vaccine in half in order to get it to more people. CBSN Denver's Makenzie O'Keefe asked CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida about how that work.
CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida Believes Move To Level Orange Will Reduce Pandemic FatigueColorado allowed all businesses in counties at the red level on the COVID-19 dial to operate at orange levels. CBSN Denver's Makenzie O'Keefe talked with CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida about the timing of the move.
Dr. Dave Hnida: Don't Spend New Years Spreading COVID Particles, Just Go With Holiday BubblesAs the new year approaches, health officials in Colorado are urging everyone to only interact with members of their own households as much as possible for the rest of the week.
Dr. Dave Hnida Examines COVID Vaccine Differences And Side EffectsColoradans are now receiving doses of both of the vaccines which have received emergency use authorization from the FDA. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida took time to explain some of the differences on CBSN Denver.
Some Pharmacists In Colorado Welcome Plan To Buy Prescription Drugs From CanadaOn a nearly daily basis, Dr. Ky Davis sees his patients make a difficult choice between taking necessary medication or giving up on it because it’s too expensive.
UCHealth Working With What's Being Given, But Aims To Vaccinate More Coloradans SoonUCHealth is moving full steam ahead with a mass vaccination site outside Coors Field.
Health Experts Credit Coloradans For Declining COVID Cases, HospitalizationsColorado health experts are giving credit to Coloradans as the number of COVID-19 cases continues to go down.
Price Gouging During Pandemic: Nationwide Medical Supply Accused Of Overcharging For Masks And RespiratorsA Denver-based company is accused of misleading buyers about masks and respirators and charging "unreasonably excessive prices" during the COVID-19 crisis.
Colorado Doctor: Scratch And Sniff May Be Better For COVID-19 Screenings Than Temperature CheckTemperature checks have become commonplace as doctors' offices and other businesses screen for COVID-19, but may not be the best option.
Enrollment In Colorado Public Schools Drops By 3.3% In 2020-21 School YearThe overall enrollment dipped by 3%, with the biggest drop being in the lowest grades.