Coloradans Help Raise Awareness During Spina Bifida Walk & RollThe goal is to raise awareness and financial support for people living with spina bifida.
Amid Donation Shortage, Colorado ICU Nurse Shares Her Own Need For Blood TransfusionsA national shortage of blood donations has made its way to Colorado, potentially jeopardizing the stockpile of life-saving liquid if more donors do not step up to the plate.
Some Colorado Mountain Towns Redirecting Tourism Focus To Stewardship MessagingSome mountain communities are altering their approach to tourism to manage guest experience amid an affordable housing crisis and subsequent labor shortage.
Unrest In Cuba: Project C.U.R.E. In Colorado Providing Medical Supplies To Cubans In NeedProject C.U.R.E. in Colorado is providing medical supplies to Cubans in need. 
Did MLB All-Star Game Drive Up COVID Numbers In Colorado? Doctors Are Waiting And SeeingWhen it comes to COVID-19 outbreaks, health experts say we’re not out of the woods yet.
Number Of Delta Variant COVID Cases In Colorado Concerns Health ExpertsNearly all the hospital beds in Mesa County are full.
COVID In Colorado: Over 600 Cases Of Delta Variant Confirmed In Mesa CountyMore than 600 cases of the Delta variant have been confirmed in Mesa County -- most of them in just the past two weeks.
Colorado Doctors Turn Attention To Possible COVID Vaccine Booster ShotsOne doctor at UCHealth says it will depend on the person, their immune system and any underlying health condtions.
Masks Optional At CSU Next Semester; Vaccines Will Be RequiredColorado State University has announced it will no longer require masks on its Fort Collins campus.
It's Sarcoma Awareness Month. Learn More About The 'Forgotten' CancerJuly is Sarcoma Awareness Month. Dr. Daniel Lerman from the Sarah Cannon Institute at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s explains why it is known as the "forgotten" cancer.
Concerns Over COVID Upticks Loom As Denver Prepares To Welcome Thousands Of PeopleCOVID-19 restrictions are being rolled back in Denver, but some health experts say be ready to see jumps in COVID-19 cases.
More Incentives Coming To Colorado To Increase Vaccinations As $1 Million Lottery EndsAs Gov. Jared Polis announced the fifth $1 million vaccine lottery winner, he also urged the 30% of Coloradans who haven’t received a dose of vaccine to get it soon.  
Not All Colorado Parents On Board With Possible COVID Testing In The FallCOVID-19 testing would be available frequently with the help of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
New Law Aims To Lure Physicians Assistants, Nurse Practitioners Who Specialize In Geriatrics To Come To ColoradoColorado has the second fastest-growing population of older adults in the country. However, the number of geriatric doctors is not keeping pace.
Colorado Education Leaders Want To Be Proactive For Fall SemesterBefore students return to the classroom as early as next month, schools will need to prepare for a growing need to keep COVID-19 under control.
Boulder County Sheriff's Office Begins Using New Standards For InmatesThe sheriff's office has changed its standards throughout the pandemic to keep the jail population down.
Did Lotteries For People Who Get COVID Vaccinations Help Drive Up Numbers? Study Says NoColorado was one of the state where there was a lottery set up for those who got their vaccinations.
Mass Vaccination Sites Close Amid 70% Vaccination Rate In ColoradoColorado has reached a major milestone in its fight against COVID-19 with 70% having at least one dose of the vaccine.
COVID In Colorado: 70% Of Colorado Adults Receive At Least One Dose Of VaccineGov. Jared Polis' office announced 70% of Colorado adults have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine as of July 3.
Denver Issues Updated COVID Guidelines: Full Capacity Indoor, Outdoor Events, Revision To Face Mask OrderThe City and County of Denver issued a new public health order which updated COVID-19 guidelines.
CU Boulder To End Indoor Mask Requirement On Thursday With Some ExceptionsThe University of Colorado at Boulder will end its indoor mask requirement on Thursday for most locations on campus.
COVID Check Colorado Looks Ahead After Successful YearBehind the scenes of many testing and vaccination sites over the past 14 months has been a little-known organization acting as the bridge connecting government agencies, businesses, and the community.
Final $1 Million Prize For A Vaccinated Coloradan To Be Announced FridayWednesday was the final day to get vaccinated if you want a chance at winning a $1 million Colorado Comeback cash prize.
Teen's Life Saved By CPRChildren’s Hospital Colorado is trying to spread awareness about the importance of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation or CPR.

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