In Wake of Uvalde School Shooting, Colorado Latinos Impacted By LossThe word “Welcome” is bolted at the top of the school’s brick sign, and “Bienvenidos” at the bottom.
Camels In Colorado Provide Milk Alternative: 'It's Quite A Process'A Colorado dairy farmer is one of only two licensed camel milk producers in the country.
8th Grader Credits His School For Helping Save His LifeOne of the continuations held this week was at the Morgridge Academy -- the only K-8 school in the country located on a medical campus.
Colorado Agencies Share Sympathies & Resources Following Uvalde School Shooting TragedyColorado law enforcement officers and other responders shared words of support following the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas. On Tuesday, 19 students and two teachers were shot and killed.
'Very Contagious': Doctors Prepare For Possible Human Cases Of Monkeypox In ColoradoAs of Tuesday, no cases have been reported in Colorado, yet some medical experts believe that will change.
Coloradans With COVID Urged To Use Telehealth To Access TreatmentThe telehealth option is available to all areas of the state, including rural areas, and may result in some people getting treatment faster, which is essential when treating COVID-19.
FDA Plans To Review COVID Vaccine For Kids Under 5 Years Next MonthAbout 18 million children in the United States are still ineligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. The long-awaited shot for children under age five could be coming soon.
St. Joseph Hospital Caregivers Treated To Special 'Thank You' With ... GoatsSt. Joseph Hospital caregivers were treated a special "thank you" for their selflessness over the weekend.
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.
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.