Thousands Of Coloradans To Receive Vaccines This WeekendHealth care groups aimed to inoculate thousands of Coloradans on Saturday
Pop-Up Vaccine Clinic At Aurora Church Helps Sooth UncertaintiesA pop-up coronavirus vaccine clinic aimed to get Aurora's immigrant community immunized.
Gov. Jared Polis Supports CDC Guidelines For In-Person Learning During PandemicThe CDC released new guidelines for schools during the coronavirus pandemic.
Certified Health Coach Offers Advice For How To Decrease Stress, Increase Heart HealthCertified health coach Erica Ballard has a few "tried and true" tools to help decrease stress and increase heart health.
COVID Denver Testing Sites Closed Feb. 12-15The testing sites will be closed those four days due to cold weather and the President's Day holiday.
COVID Pandemic Has Deep Impact On Organ DonationThe American Transplant Foundation is a nonprofit that helps donors and recipients pivot with the coronavirus pandemic.
Colorado Health Centers Will Get Direct Vaccine Shipments Under New Federal ProgramA select number of community health centers across the country will get direct shipments of the COVID-19 vaccine starting next week.
Colorado Researchers Racing As COVID Variants ChangeThe uncertainty surrounding different COVID-19 strains is part of the reason there's such a sense of urgency to get people vaccinated.
CSU Researchers Need Dogs In Cancer Vaccine StudyResearchers at Colorado State University are on a mission to cure cancer in canines, and they need more pups to take part.
Colorado Health Department Urge Good Hygiene To Keep Variant Cases LowAs COVID-19 variants begin to pop up across the state, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment says continued physical distancing protocols will be key.
Fort Collins Police Services Launches Mental Health Response Team UnitPeople experiencing a mental health crisis in Fort Collins are now being served by both Fort Collins Police Services as well as mental health experts from UCHealth.
Colorado Cardiologist Talks About Heart Health After COVIDFebruary is American Heart Month. A leading cardiologist in Denver says the biggest issues facing heart health this year are COVID-19 complications, hidden symptoms of heart issues in women and how to ensure good heart health.
Gov. Polis Defends Decision To Expand Vaccine AccessAs the state of Colorado works on distributing the COVID-19 vaccine to people 70 and older and people in underserved populations, they’re also opening vaccines to people ages 65 to 69.
Colorado Families Of People With Disabilities Sounding Alarm On Vaccine InequityMany of the 20,000 Coloradans with intellectual and developmental disabilities are not eligible for COVID-19 vaccines, yet.
Colorado Doctors Urges Young Athletes To Take PrecautionEven with COVID-19 restrictions in place, there are still concerns of how to keep student athletes protected.
Well-Regarded Elbra Wedgeworth First In Line At Denver Health's Mass COVID Vaccination ClinicThough Wedgeworth is technically retired, she's not done fighting for people, especially for those in the Black and brown communities.
Denver Doctor Shares Heart Health Risk Factors & Tips Among WomenAmong Americans, especially women, cardiovascular disease is a leading cause of death.
February Is American Heart MonthThere are hidden symptoms of heart disease that can be found in women of all ages.
COVID Vaccine Backlog: Many Coloradans 70+ Still Waiting For Their ShotAs others get started with vaccinations, there are still hundreds of thousands of Coloradans 70 years and older who need it.
Cheltenham Elementary Teachers Get Vaccine After Losing Beloved School Secretary 'Ms. Luz'In the office of Cheltenham Elementary School at 16th and Julian in Denver, is the desk where the school secretary Luz Melillo sat before she died from COVID last month.
Dr. Dave Hnida Applauds Colorado's Change To A New COVID DialThe change means state health officials will have more flexibility when it comes to restrictions.
Doctor Describes Impact Contracting COVID-19 Can Have On Your HeartThe impact is usually felt 2 to 8 weeks after catching the coronavirus.
COVID Transmission Remains Low In Colorado's High CountryAs the snow finally starts to accumulate in Colorado's high country, so do the people in lift lines, leaving many to wonder how COVID isn't running rampant.
Colorado Teachers Will Be Eligible For The COVID Vaccine Starting MondayStarting on Monday Colorado teachers and all other school employees will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.

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