The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Public Health has confirmed a second presumptive monkeypox case in the state.
Colorado Health Officials Report Second Presumptive Monkeypox CaseThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Public Health has confirmed a second presumptive monkeypox case in the state.
Boulder County Moves Into 'High Level' For COVID CasesThe move from medium to high is based on Centers for Disease Control and Prevention metrics.
Rabies Found In Bat At Jefferson County ParkJefferson County Public Health officials are warning people of rabid bat found at a park in Littleton.
Experts Say It's Important To Talk To Your Kids About School Shootings"Our world has gone through a really terrifying and scary event, and our kids are aware of that," said Dr. Jenna Glover, Clinical Child Psychologist at Children's Hospital Colorado. "If we don't talk to them directly about that, often times it leads to increased feelings of fear and uncertainty, and increased worry."
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.
Community Conversation: Watch CBS News Colorado Special On Mental Health Action DayMay 19 is Mental Health Action Day, and CBS News Colorado streamed a Community Conversation on Mental Health.
New Colorado Law Puts More Doctors and Therapists Under One RoofAt Tepeyac Community Health Center, "treating the whole the person" is not just some catchphrase.
Denver Public Schools Says It Has 'Drastically Increased' Mental Health Resources, Here's What's NextThis year, the district added a pilot program increasing staff by 15 more psychologists and social workers to specifically provide more support for students not in special education programs.
Dr. Dave Hnida Talks About Rise In COVID CasesDr. Dave Hnida is talking about the rise in COVID cases in Colorado.
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.
Don't Miss Mental Health Action Day Community Conversation On CBS News ColoradoThe conversation features some of the state’s leading experts on behavioral health and will be moderated by Karen Leigh.
Help 'Stop The Bleed' This MonthDoctors and first responders in Colorado are calling attention to the Stop the Bleed initiative. The goal is to get more people educated on an important live saving skill -- stopping blood loss.
May Is National Urgent Care Awareness MonthWhen you are sick or in sudden pain, it can be hard to know if you should go to your doctor, an urgent care clinic or the emergency room.
As 'Nursing Week' Begins, Denver Health Nurses Continue To Show Their ResiliencyIt's Nursing Week, a time to celebrate the unsung heroes who work to protect our community every day.
Skin Cancer Rates Are Higher In Colorado Because We Have A Higher UV IndexSkin cancer rates are higher in Colorado compared to other states because we have a higher UV Index.
Many COVID Testing Sites In Denver Metro Area ClosingMore than a dozen, free COVID-19 testing sites in the Denver metro area are shutting down this weekend.
FDA Proposes Menthol Cigarette, Flavored Cigar BanThe FDA has proposed a plan to ban menthol cigarettes and flavored cigars. It says the ban wouldn't target individuals for possession of use of the products -- only manufacturers and distributers.
Colorado Man Tests Positive For Avian FluAn adult male has tested positive for Avian flu on Colorado's Western Slope.
Some Health Care Experts Testify On Potential Impacts Of Fentanyl BillColorado health care experts who work at one of the busiest treatment clinics along the Front Range say the fentanyl bill being considered would have wide impacts.
Cutting Out Alcohol And Tobacco Can Lower Risk Of Head And Neck CancerDoctor at Swedish Medical Center says regular check-ups with a primary care doctor and even a dentist can keep head and neck cancer from creeping up.
COVID Cases On The Rise In Colorado, Omicron Variants BlamedCOVID cases are on the rise again in Colorado.
Gov. Jared Polis, State Lawmakers Team Up To Prepare Colorado For Possible Surge In COVID CasesGov. Jared Polis announced Thursday that the state is taking action to stay abreast of new COVID-19 cases in Colorado.
As Polis Asks White House To 'Escalate Urgency,' Colorado Families Await COVID Vaccine Approval For Young ChildrenAs Colorado and much of the nation moves away from COVID-19 pandemic precautions, some health professionals and those vulnerable to COVID are continuing to acknowledge the reality that the virus is still among us.