The conversation features some of the state’s leading experts on behavioral health and will be moderated by Karen Leigh.
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Denver Businesses Concerned Over FDA's Potential To Ban Juul E-CigarettesFrustrations are growing for Juul e-cigarettes users like Joshua Miller, as a ban on the product looms.
Clear Creek County Hosting Fair Offering Free STI TestingColorado is seeing a sharp increase in sexually transmitted infections and diseases over the last few years.
Dr. Dave Answers Questions About Vaccines in Young ChildrenCOVID vaccines are now available for children as young as six months old. It's another major step being taken in the coronavirus pandemic. Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida answers your questions about getting young kids the vaccine.
COVID Vaccine Rollout For Children Under 5 BeginsThe rollout of vaccines for children under the age of five have begun, a moment many families have been waiting for and Nicole Poole, was unknowingly one of them.
Scoliosis Awareness Month: Early Detection Is KeyJune is Scoliosis Awareness Month, a time to raise awareness and education about the disease.
Colorado Woman Calls For More Tolerance Of Those Who Wear Masks As COVID Trends UpwardA woman in Summit County says she hopes more people understand her choice to wear a more intense mask while in public as COVID numbers rise.
Colorado Adds X-ALD To Newborn Genetic ScreeningsColorado adds X-ALD, a progressive, neurological disease, to its newborn genetic screenings.
Breast Cancer Survivor Urges Critical Screenings: 'It Will Save Your Life'While it can be easy to put off routine breast cancer screenings, Aimée Stahel says you can’t. If she had, it may have cost her life.
Colorado Health Care Worries Are Rising & Mental Health Issue IncreasingThe raw numbers paint a familiar picture; Coloradans are worried about health care, putting it second only to increasing cost of living and housing in their concerns.
Denver Doctor Shares Information About Scoliosis In AdultsScoliosis is an abnormal curvature of the spine, and while many people think of it as a childhood condition, it affects adults, too.
1,800+ Adults And Kids Need Re-Vaccinations After Family Medicine Clinic For Health Equity Storage ConcernsStorage concerns for vaccines at Family Medicine Clinic For Health Equity result in call for re-vaccination.
It's National PTSD Awareness Month: Find Out What Can Trigger The DisorderJune is National PTSD Awareness Month. Clinical Psychologist Dr. Anat Geva tells us what can trigger the disorder and what we can do when we're around others with PTSD.
Remind the Man in Your Life to Get a Checkup During Men's Health MonthJune is Men's Health Month. On CBS News Colorado, Makenzie O'Keefe talked to Dr. Scott Joy about prioritizing men's health.
Cancer Survivor In Colorado Promotes Awareness, Spreads Resources So Others Don't Feel Alone In Their StruggleSarah Wartell's family kept her spirits high after a sudden cancer diagnosis that she wasn’t prepared for. As an advocate now, she is urging others to seek help if they feel they're being misdiagnosed.
National Cancer Survivors Day is Sunday, June 5CBS News Colorado's Makenzie O'Keefe talks with a breast cancer survivor about her journey and the support she received during treatment.
Colorado Doctor Pushes For COVID Vaccines In Hispanic CommunityAs Colorado experiences another spike in COVID-19 cases, a Denver-based doctor, who’s been working to educate his community for years, says rapidly spreading misinformation has people shying away from getting the vaccine.
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.