Dr. Dave Hnida Explains The New Understanding About How COVID SpreadsAre surfaces a major spreader of COVID-19? Dr. Dave Hnida explains.
Colorado High School Football And COVID-19: The Positives And NegativesDr. Dave Hnida explained what he thinks school districts need to do to make sure their students and their coaches stay safe.
Dr. Dave Hnida Talks Broncos Fans, Dining In Colorado, Coronavirus VaccineThe Denver Broncos will welcome a limited number of fans into Empower Field at Mile High starting Sept. 27 and CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida is a fan of the plans.
Dr. Dave Hnida: Take Action Now To Avoid TwindemicWith the coronavirus pandemic is still occurring, doctors say it's more important than ever to get your flu shot this year and that includes CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida.
Labor Day Weekend And Coronavirus: Dr. Dave Hnida Explains Concerns Over Smaller GatheringsThe Centers for Disease Control issued new guidance when it comes to testing for the coronavirus.
Smoke Is Everywhere On Colorado's Front Range. Here Are A Few Tips On Breathing EasierSo just what is in this airborne witch’s brew? An ugly concoction of carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxide, soot, fine carbon particulates and ozone, among other things.
Dr. Dave Excited About Saliva Test And Encourages Convalescent Plasma DonationsThe FDA has given emergency use authorization for a new COVID-19 test, the SalivaDirect test as well as the use of convalescent plasma for patients with coronavirus.
Dr. Dave Hnida: COVID-19 + Smoke From Colorado's Wildfires = A Bad CombinationIt's a bad combination, the coronavirus pandemic and smoke from Colorado's wildfires.
Dr. Dave Hnida: One Type Of Face Covering May Actually Be Worse Than Going Without A MaskMasks are now the new normal for people working to prevent spread of COVID-19 and a study from Duke University looks at 14 different types of masks.
Coronavirus And People Under 30: Dr. Dave Hnida Looks Last Call, Chronic Symptoms And Starting SchoolWe asked Dr. Dave Hnida about some of the issues impacting school kids and young adults -- from starting school late to ending nights out early.
Teenager Is Pain Free Thanks To Robot-Assisted Spine SurgeryUsing sophisticated software, doctors scan and plan in the operating room, then program the robotic arm where to drill to place screws in the spine.
Chatfield High School Confirms 2 Coronavirus CasesThe school is closed Tuesday for deep cleaning and will reopen Wednesday.
Dr. Dave Hnida Explains New Understanding Of COVID's SpreadAre surfaces a major spreader of COVID-19? Dr. Dave Hnida explains.
CU Boulder Students Prepare To Learn Remotely With Goal Of Lowering COVID-19 CasesThe University of Colorado Boulder is switching to remote learning for all students starting Wednesday.
Denver Opens Dedicated COVID-19 Testing Lane At Pepsi Center For College StudentsStarting on Sept. 22, students studying in Denver can be tested.
CSU Researchers Get $3.5 Million For COVID-19 Vaccine ResearchThe money will be funded to CSU's bio pharmaceutical manufacturing resource center.