Watch Out For Waterborne Illnesses After SwimmingThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reminds people to protect themselves from recreational waterborne illnesses such as cryptosporidiosis (Crypto) and giardiasis (Giardia).
Colorado Launches Pot Education Plan For ParentsColorado's health department has launched two new marijuana education campaigns to try to keep children away from pot.
Doctor Plans To Sue Porter Adventist Hospital Over InfectionA doctor is planning to sue Porter Adventist Hospital over an infection after undergoing hip surgery during the sterilization breach period.
Water World Reopens After Possible Contamination Forced ClosureWater World reopened Friday after possible water contamination forced the amusement park to close on Thursday.
Water World Visitors Surprised At Contamination ClosurePeople planning a visit to Water World in Federal Heights were disappointed when they showed up on Thursday. The water amusement park was closed after a possible water contamination in the park.
Water World Sanitizing Concession Areas And Pools, Intends To Reopen FridayStaff at Water World are working with local officials as they clean up their contaminated water supply.
Water World Closed For Possible Water ContaminationWater World in Federal Heights will be closed Thursday and Friday after a possible water contamination in the park.
Report: Bone, Blood, Bugs And Hair Found On Surgical InstrumentsState and federal investigators have released their reports into the sterilization issues of surgical instruments at Porter Adventist Hospital, two months after the hospital resumed surgeries.
Official Disputes Critic Of Nuke Plant CleanupA U.S. official harshly criticized a Colorado health officer who questioned the safety of a former nuclear weapons plant that was converted into a wildlife refuge and expressed doubt about whether the government's assurances about the site could be trusted.
Governor Vetoes Bill That Would Allow Autism Patients To Use MarijuanaGovernor John Hickenlooper vetoed a bill that would have legalized the use of medical marijuana by those with autism.
County Officials Detect Rabies In 2nd SkunkA second case of rabies has been discovered in Elbert County according to the counties Department of Health and Human Services.
Mother Credits Marijuana For Transforming Son With Severe AutismA bill is now sitting on the desk of Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper which, if signed, would legalize the use of medical marijuana by those with autism.
Former Hospital Employee At Parker Adventist Under InvestigationA former employee at Parker Adventist Hospital in Parker is under investigation for possibly diverting drugs meant for patients.
Patient's Surgery Aborted Following Questionable Surgical InstrumentsJohn Krasowski, 61, of Colorado Springs has quite a story to tell. In early April, he went into Porter Hospital for back surgery.
Porter Adventist Hospital Resumes Surgeries After Sterilization IssuePorter Adventist Hospital has revealed that 5,800 patients were notified they could have been affected by surgical instrument cleaning issues.