Bandimere Speedway To Hold 'Stop The COVID Chaos' Rally Tuesday NightThe owners of Bandimere Speedway have scheduled a rally to protest measures by Gov. Jared Polis intended to slow the spread of coronavirus.
Cancer Survivor Will Rappel A Denver Skyscraper To Raise Money For Cancer ResearchThis year, the coronavirus pandemic has pushed many nonprofits to virtual fundraising, but it can't stop one high flying event.
Labor Day Weekend And Coronavirus: Dr. Dave Hnida Shares Warning About Gathering In Smaller GroupsSmaller groups are often where new COVID-19 outbreaks start these days.
Colorado Doctor Raises Colon Cancer Awareness: 'Don't Be Shy About It'The death of actor Chadwick Boseman by colon cancer took the nation by surprise. He was 43 years old.
Colorado Schools Receive 672,000+ MasksThe medical grade masks will help prevent the spread of coronavirus.
West Nile Virus In Colorado: Denver Woman Becomes Third Case In The State In 2020There are 3 confirmed cases of West Nile Virus in Colorado so far this year.
New Guidelines In Colorado For Visits Inside Residential Care FacilitiesGov. Jared Polis announced new guidelines to allow indoor visits to nursing home and senior care facilities on Wednesday.These visits have been on hold since the pandemic started.
Academy Endeavour Elementary Sends Home Entire Kindergarten ClassThe Colorado Springs school took the action after 1 student showed symptoms of coronavirus.
Going Dropless After Cataract Surgery Thrills PatientsEvery year, three million Americans undergo cataract surgery, replacing the cloudy lens in their eye. Recovery is usually 2 to 6 weeks and it includes weeks of eye drops.
Denver Clinic Serving Latinos Adds Spanish-Speaking Drive Through Testing For CommunityClinica Tepeyac offers a long list of health services to Denver’s Latino Community.
Smoke Or COVID-19? Lung Experts Call On Coloradans To Pay AttentionA doctor at National Jewish Health says pay attention to how long you're feeling sick or coughing.
Low-Income Housing Community Gets Geriatric Medicine Clinic On SiteHundreds of older adults, who live in an affordable housing community in Denver, no longer have to worry about how to get to the doctor.
Dr. Dave Hnida Shares Updates On Coronavirus: Current Flying Guidance, Plasma As Treatment"Air filtration on an airplane is pretty good," Hnida said.
Colorado's Health Department Forming Committee To Review Use Of Ketamine By First RespondersA committee of medical professionals will examine a program that currently allows emergency personnel to inject a sedative into agitated or aggressive people they come in contact with, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment announced Saturday. 
Clinica Tepeyac Offers Free Coronavirus Testing At Globeville Community ChurchThe testing will take place every Tuesday and Thursday.
Tri-County Health Expands Contact TracingThe agency has added 50 new employees to investigate coronavirus cases.
Maskne: The New Acne, A Consequence of Preventing The Spread Of COVID-19The extension of the state mask mandate by Gov. Jared Polis to at least Sept. 13 may prolong a skin problem. A lot of people are experiencing skin irritation and breakouts caused by the face coverings.
Governor Encouraged By Dropping Coronavirus Positivity RateThe positivity rate from coronavirus testing in Colorado remains low at 2.44%.
Big Changes For Colorado State University Students Returning To CampusWhile many parents express concerns with the safety of returning to on-campus living and learning amid a global pandemic, Colorado State University health officials are assuring the public they have taken major steps to limit the spread of COVID-19 during the school year.
Coronavirus, Flu Creating Fear Of 'Twindemic'; Health Officials Urge Flu ShotsHealth officials fear the scenario of both coronavirus and influenza as we approach the flu season.
Student Tests Positive For COVID-19, Colorado College Residence Hall Under QuarantineA residence hall at Colorado College is under quarantine after a student tested positive for COVID-19.
Dr. Dave Hnida Answers Questions About Coronavirus And Wildfire SmokeDr. Dave Hnida is CBS4's Medical Editor.
Colorado Doctors See Uptick In Breathing Problems Due To Raging WildfiresAs four fires scorch their way through Colorado’s Rocky Mountains, a thick haze has billowed its way across the front range, causing many to be hospitalized.
Those Tested For COVID-19 At Citadel Mall Will Need To Be RetestedThe El Paso County Health Department reports possible inconsistencies.

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