Carry-On Security Bins Are The Dirtiest Items At Airports, Study SaysIf you want to stay healthy while traveling through the airport you may want to wash your hands after going through security.
Ultra-Clean Homes Can Trigger Childhood Cancer, Study FindsA groundbreaking study into what triggers cancer has found that children who are "too hygienic" and are kept away from other kids were at greater risk for developing leukemia.
Germs At 38,000 Feet: How To Stay Healthy When Flying This Holiday (Or Any Other Time)If you're traveling by air this Thanksgiving, CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida has some tips to stay healthy as you fly the seemingly germ-filled skies.
Is Your Handshake As Dangerous As Smoking?A new report in the JAMA says handshakes should be banned in a health care setting -- that the contact between hands should be treated like smoking: Prohibited. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida takes a look at the "no-touch" proposal.
Denver Hospital Invests In 'Germ-Bot' To Help Fight InfectionsRose Medical Center is taking aim at hospital acquired infections.
Monday Medical Tip: The Five Second RuleSo you've got this really tasty treat, and as your raise it to your mouth ... it tumbles to the ground. But wait -- if you hurry, you can salvage that treat. Or not. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida looks at the research behind the so-called "five-second" rule.
The Triple WhammyDoes it seem like you're catching one bug after another? Well, it's not your imagination. Colorado is getting hit hard by a variety of illnesses. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida has some tips on warding off the evil bugs and germs lurking everywhere.
Can You Stop A Cold?When people are hacking and sneezing all around you during cold season, can you keep those germs from invading your body?
Diet May Play Main Role In Keeping Sniffles At BayEver wonder why some people never get sick, and others pick up every bug going around? A new study suggests diet may play a main role in keeping the sniffles at bay.
Air In Planes, Trains And AutomobilesForget the pat-downs for a second, and think about what you really worry about when you get on a plane.