'Just Play For People': Dr. Ira Kowal Returns To Swedish Medical Center To Play PianoFor 40 years Dr. Ira Kowal walked the halls of Swedish Medical Center as a cardiologist. Although he’s retired, he’s back at the hospital, touching hearts in a different way, through music.
Recovery Card Project Offers Free Greeting Cards Focused On Addiction RecoveryIn an effort to bring hope to Coloradans struggling with addiction, a new project uses greeting cards to fight the growing epidemic. The Recovery Card Project was created by the state’s opioid anti-stigma campaign, the Lift Label.
How A Bachelor Party Hangover Cost A Colorado Man $12,000During the evening after his bachelor party, Cameron Fischer was so nauseous from a hangover that his fiancée Katlynn decided they should skip their own rehearsal dinner to go to the emergency room.
'Make Meaning Out Of Loss': Congressional Bill Aims To Fund Suicide PreventionSuicide is the number one killer of young people in Colorado and a recent study shows the tragedies are getting more, not less, common.
Prosthetic Technology: Denver Company Presents Advanced Bionic ArmThe bionic arm is battery-powered and uses an intuitive control system that allows the wearer to move multiple joints at the same time.
6 Cases Of Vaping-Related Illnesses Reported In ColoradoColorado health workers are investigating six cases of sudden and severe lung illness associated with vaping.
Blue-Green Algae Forces Early Closure Of Quincy Reservoir In AuroraQuincy Reservoir in Aurora has closed early for the season because of blue-green algae. The poor water quality forced the closure this week instead of the end of October.
CDC: Get The Flu Shot Early This YearNot planning on getting a flu shot? CBS4 had a doctor respond to some of the common excuses people give for not getting vaccinated.
'A Smile Is Important': Thornton High School Launches Dental Service For StudentsStudents at Thornton High School now have access to crucial dental care within the hallways of their own school.
'We Can Make An Impact': Believer Denver Program Supports Students' Well-BeingSuicide is the leading cause of death in Colorado for people ages 10 to 24. "Believe Denver" is working to combat the issue.
Colorado Reports 2 Additional Cases Of Vaping-Related IllnessesColorado health workers are investigating six cases of sudden and severe lung illness associated with vaping.
Dr. Suchitra Rao Answers Question About Flu ShotsSee a doctor from Children's Hospital Colorado explain why innoculations are so important.
Thornton High School Launches Dental Service For StudentsStudents at Thornton High School now have access to crucial dental care within the hallways of their own school.
Glenwood Hot Springs Resort Pool Health Alert: 4 Cases Of Cryptosporidiosis ConfirmedColorado health officials are investigating after four people became sick after visiting the Glenwood Hot Springs Resort pool.
Centennial Vapor Worried About Potential Ban On Flavored E-CigarettesWhen Mark Branson’s phone beeped with a news alert Wednesday morning, he didn’t expect it would hit him so hard.
Rocky Mountain Hospital For Children Doctors Use 3D Model Heart For Complex SurgeryA baby boy survived half a dozen heart defects thanks to doctors at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children (RMHC).
Why Did My Blood Turn Blue?What would you do if you awoke one morning and your entire body had turned blue? A medical case about a true "blueblood."
Where Will The Next Major Measles Outbreaks Hit? Denver Makes The ListA new study looks at the counties in the United States most at risk for a measles outbreak in the months to come. Denver makes the list.
Hello Trees. Hello Allergies. The Sneezing Season Is HereIf you're feeling the wrath of allergies, you're not alone. Here are some tips to survive the misery of spring.