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Footprints Recovery In Centennial Helps Coloradans Struggling With Mental Health IssuesLaura Herrmann and Katie Wesley spoke with CBS4.
Community Gala Helps Families Fighting Batten DiseaseBeth and Jon Fries are parents to two little girls with CLN3 Batten disease.
Kaiser Permanente Hopes To 'Move Needle' On Youth Mental Health Needs With Play 'Ghosted'Youth mental health needs, including anxiety, depression and suicide, are rising in Colorado and Kaiser Permanente wants to do more about it.
Wheelchair-Bound Patients Try Navigating Denver International Airport On A Busy DayA group of patients at Craig Hospital have survived life-changing injuries, and now they’re learning to regain some independence.
Denver Marijuana Business Recalls Pot Sold At 150 DispensariesThe product was tainted with high levels of mold.
Flu Shots Hard To Find In ColoradoDoctors are urging everyone to get their flu shot by the end of the month before the flue season really ramps up.
Experts Warn Of Rise In Hand Foot & Mouth Disease Among Student AthletesThe Tri-County Health Department says Hand Foot and Mouth Disease (HFMD) cases are on the rise in Adams, Arapahoe and Douglas Counties.
CBD Expo Continues Saturday At The Colorado Convention CenterDenver's first CBD Expo at the Colorado Convention Center features hundreds of businesses, speakers and products.
Colorado Kidney Donor Encourages Others To 'Share Your Spare'A young father who lost part of his leg a decade ago donated one of his kidneys this year.
Campaign Aims To Get Teens To Open Up About Mental Health & SuicideColorado has the highest rate of youth suicide in the country, so leaders are taking a new approach to fight that statistic.
Reducing Opioid Prescriptions: New Pilot Program Launching In LongmontDr. Cathy O'Neil talked with CBS4 at Longmont United Hospital.
Colorado Moves Toward A Public Health Insurance OptionColorado could become only the second state to offer its own health insurance option.
Breast Cancer Patient Applauds New Method of Pain ControlA woman from Wyoming is pain free, just three weeks after breast cancer surgery with a new method of pain control that left her without the need for opioids.
Kroger & Walgreens Will Stop Selling E-CigarettesKroger is becoming the latest major retailer to stop selling electronic cigarettes amid public concern over vaping-related illnesses and deaths.
American Lung Association Prepares For Run The RocksThe American Lung Association has been at the forefront in raising awareness about dangers related to smoking and other lung-related illnesses.
Flu Shots Distributed At Pepsi Center RaceUniversity of Colorado Hospital handed out free flu shots at the Pepsi Center on Sunday morning.
Mountain Midwifery Center Closes SuddenlyThe closure left many soon-to-be moms without a midwife.
Police Show Parents Tricks Children May Be Using To Hide Their VapingThe Arvada Police Department held a Parents Academy on Wednesday night, giving adults an opportunity to have all their questions answered.
Several Broncos Players Visit Cancer Patients In AuroraPlayers including Justin Simmons visited UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital.
One Pound Baby Has Heart Repaired Through Tiny IncisionA baby girl, born weighing just over a pound, has a better chance at a healthy life after having a hole in her heart closed.
High-Dose Flu Shot Could Offer Increased Protection For SeniorsThis year is predicted to be a tough one for the flu and vaccines are encouraged.
Colorado Doctor Specializes In Tongue Tie Among BabiesIt's a condition you've probably never heard of, but about 4% of babies in the U.S. are born with tongue tie. Those babies have a short, tight band of tissue that tethers the tongue to the mouth.
Denver Baby Undergoes Two Brain Surgeries After Being Diagnosed With Congenital HydrocephalusCongenital hydrocephalus is a buildup of excess cerebrospinal fluid in the brain.
Victoria Mugo Loses Hands, Legs Due To Septic ShockA mother from Aurora is a quadruple amputee. She lost her hands and her legs when pneumonia led to septic shock.

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