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.
'Man Therapy' Uses Bingo To Help Prevent SuicidesMan Therapy aims to prevent suicide among working men age 25 to 54 — a demographic that accounts for the largest number of suicide deaths in country according to the CDC.
Colorado At The Top Of Teen Vaping List, And 'We Don't Want To Be'According to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Colorado teens have the highest incidence of vaping in the country.
‘Start Low & Go Slow’: Advice for Older Adults Buying PotMarijuana use in Colorado adults over age 65 has nearly doubled.
'It's Rampant': Chatfield High School Tackles E-Cigarette Use Among StudentsThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment says Colorado teenagers vape or use e-cigarettes more than in any other state.
12 Year Olds Can Now Call The Colorado QuitLine; JUUL Announces ChangesThe Colorado QuitLine is taking much younger callers in response to the popularity of vaping among teenagers.
Officials: Teenagers 'Vape' In Colorado More Than Any Other StateGov. John Hickenlooper and local health groups are working to curb the number of young Coloradans who vape.
Want To Know How Long You Will Live? Check Your Zip CodeLife expectancy among Coloradans ranges from about 67 years old to 90 years old. A difference of more than two decades that could dramatically change the course of one’s life.
Stench Wafting Through North Denver: 'Death? Yeah. Could Be It'If you live in Denver, you are likely well aware of the scents of the city.
Porter Adventist Hospital Required To Submit Sterilization Reports After Health ScareThe health department will continue to keep an eye on Porter Adventist Hospital after a health scare.
Colorado Resident Hospitalized With Potentially Deadly Form Of West Nile VirusAn adult living in Mead is in the hospital for neuro-invasive West Nile Virus -- a rare and sometimes fatal form of the illness. 
State's Studies Show Marijuana Use Increasing Among Adults, Not YouthTwo studies indicate the rate of marijuana usage by Colorado young people is relatively unchanged since 2015, and in fact mirrors the national average.  But a youth marijuana prevention agency warned the increase in potency of marijuana and cannabis products since the drug's legalization in 2014 poses equally increasing danger to its young users.