Colorado Researchers Working Toward A Cure For Type 1 DiabetesWorking on a cellular level, scientists are figuring out what causes Type 1 diabetes and then how to stop it.
No Changes To Mandates As State Health Officials Confirm COVID Cases On The RiseThe health officials said the future rate of infections is hard to predict because of the arrival of two new subvariants of omicron.
'Front Yard Therapy' Promotes Youth Mental Health At Home & School In DenverA Denver Public School in Montbello is taking therapy to the front yard of family homes in order to promote the mental wellness of its students.
New Law Puts More Doctors & Therapists Under One RoofAt Tepeyac Community Health Center, "treating the whole the person" is not just some catchphrase, it's a core function of the clinic located in Denver’s Globeville neighborhood.
Colorado Doctor: Getting COVID Multiple Times May Become The NormCOVID-19 cases are on the rise again in Colorado. You’ve likely noticed more people around you are getting sick, or you may have even battled the virus yourself recently. Some people are even getting COVID for a second time. On CBS News Colorado, we talked to Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida about reinfection.
Teen Works To Build Brighter Futures For Indigenous YouthA small group of teens from around the country head to the nation’s capital this week for the first ever Mental Health Youth Action Forum to be held at the White House.
New Behavioral Health Administration Aims To Make Care Accessible, AffordableColorado is currently developing a new Behavioral Health Administration. It’s one of the most ambitious efforts to reform how people access mental health care in our state's history.
Children's Hospital Colorado Continues Push To Invest In Mental Health As Younger Generation StrugglesEven before COVID-19, Colorado had a mental health crisis among kids.
Fentanyl Summit Takes On Rising Overdose Death Rates, Prosecution ChallengesEighteenth Judicial District Attorney John Kellner and 17th Judicial District Attorney Brian Mason are chairing the summit.
Donations Sent With Warmth, Hugs To Parents Of 'Newborns In Need'Volunteers stayed busy on Saturday morning unpacking bags of donations from cars in a special drive-through baby shower.
Pelican In Jackson County The Latest Wild Bird To Test Positive For Avian FluPathologists with Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) confirmed Friday the most recent positive test for highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) among the state's wild bird population has come from a pelican found May 4 in Jackson County.
Teens Celebrate Prom With Children's Hospital ColoradoDozens of teen patients diagnosed with life-threatening or life-limiting medical conditions danced the night away Friday at a prom held just for them.
No Time To Panic, But Time To Prepare: COVID Cases Rising In ColoradoCOVID-19 cases are rising in Colorado. Boulder County is prepared to take action to prevent hospitals from becoming overwhelmed.
'Staffing Saves Lives': Nurses Take To The Streets, Want Safer Work EnvironmentsNurses in Colorado say that COVID has cost them and they took to the streets on Thursday to get their message out.
Toxic 'Forever Chemicals' To Be Banned From Some Consumer Products Sold In Colorado, After Legislature Passes BillA bill restricting the sale of consumer products containing PFAS, commonly known as "forever chemicals," has passed both the Colorado house and senate, and is on its way to the governor's desk to become law.