More Colorado Oil And Gas Permits Will Get Additional Review After New Health StudyA new health study has prompted a change in oil and gas permitting in Colorado.
Juul To Stop Selling Fruity Flavored E-Cigarettes In AmericaOnly tobacco, mint and menthol flavors will remain for sale in the United States.
City Of Idaho Springs Fined For Pumping Contaminated Water Into Clear CreekThe City of Idaho Springs has to pay the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment department $10,000 for illegally discharging chemicals into Clear Creek.
Overdose Deaths Decline Slightly In ColoradoThe number of drug overdose deaths in Colorado decreased slightly last year but it still remains high.
Hepatitis A Outbreak: Thousands Vaccinated In At-Risk AreasThousands of people have been vaccinated in a hepatitis A outbreak that began last fall. Colorado public health professionals have vaccinated nearly 6,000 people in at-risk populations since October 2018.
Flu Hospitalizations In Colorado Drastically Lower Than 2018Flu numbers in Colorado are lower than they were this time in 2018, according to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
Mother Of Two Survives Rare Polio-Like Illness: 'I'm Glad It's Over'A young mother from Lakewood is recovering from a rare, debilitating condition that nearly killed her.
Denver Resident Has Contagious Measles, Search Begins For Those ExposedA Denver resident has contagious measles and now health officials are trying to identify people who may have come into contact with this person.
Child Dies From The Flu In ColoradoA child in Colorado has died from the flu, according to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
'It's Not Too Late': Free Flu Shots Given Out At Stock ShowStudents from the University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy helped give free flu shots at the National Western Stock Show Saturday.
Medical Experts: Odds Are You'll Get The Flu If You Haven't YetBy now, you or someone you know has likely come down with a case of the flu. Sadly, the virus has already landed hundreds of Coloradans in the hospital.
Get A Free Radon Test Kit, It Could Save Your LifeA simple test that could save lives is being offered free from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment as part of National Radon Action Month.
Flu Numbers Rising In Colorado; Seniors, Children AffectedThe number of people in Colorado with the flu is rising.
Number Of Flu Cases May Peak Soon In ColoradoThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports Colorado is one of just two states in the country with the highest reported number of people with influenza.
Marijuana Recalled For Unsafe Levels Of Yeast And MoldSamples of the marijuana products examined by Denver Public Health and Environment contained potentially unsafe levels of yeast and mold.