Set Boundaries To Make Your Return To The Office Less Stressful, Doctor SaysApril is Stress Awareness Month and Dr. Anat Geva has some tips on how to make your return to the office less stressful.
Denver Metro Area On The Verge Of Having Air Quality Rating DowngradedA new air quality classification facing the Denver metro area would have addition consequences beyond the air we breathe.
Colorado's First Domestic Case Of Avian Flu Confirmed in Pitkin CountyColorado's first domestic case of the avian bird flu is now confirmed, as announced by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Veterinary Services Laboratory.
Free Medical Services Offered For Coloradans In AuroraUCHealth partnered with InnerCity Health for a free medical day, an ever-crucial need after patients delayed screenings during the pandemic.
Doctor Explains What Patients Need To Know If They're Diagnosed With Parkinson's DiseaseDr. Matt Mian from Swedish Medical Center says the condition is very treatable.
Possible Hepititis A Exposure At A Local King SoopersJefferson County officials are warning that some shoppers may have been exposed to hepatitis A at a King Soopers in Wheat Ridge.
Call Takers Wanted: Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners Prepares For Launch Of 988 Crisis LineRocky Mountain Crisis Partners are preparing to take those calls in addition to the thousands they already take from across the state
State To Close Some Community COVID Testing Sites Due To Plateau In CasesThe state of Colorado is closing some community COVID-19 testing sites by the end of the month.
Gov. Jared Polis Signs Reproductive Health Equity Act Into LawGov. Jared Polis signed the Reproductive Health Equity Act into law on Monday.
COVID In Colorado: Activist Helps Thousands Of Latinos Get Vaccinated, 'Still Has Work To Do'Despite many of the state's COVID-19 services going away, many Latinos in Colorado are still not vaccinated.
On Autism Awareness Day, Marshall Fire Family Celebrates ResilienceA Colorado family from Superior who lost their home in the Marshall Fire says the disruption of losing everything has reinforced their resilience and ability to adapt.
Co-Responder Program Expands To 24/7 Coverage: 'Better Outcomes For Individuals In Crisis'This week marks six years since licensed clinicians began teaming up with police on calls involving mental health.
Poudre School District Handing Out At-Home COVID TestsAs families with students return from spring break travel and vacations, one northern Colorado school district is trying to get ahead of any possible spread of COVID-19 in the classroom.
'Forever Virus': Dr. Dave Talks About Rising Cases Of COVID In DenverDr. Dave Hnida talks about how COVID cases are on the rise in cities across the U.S. including Denver.
Last Weekend For Mobile Vaccinations At Aurora Shopping CenterA new COVID variant is surging in Europe while protocols and restrictions are being lifted in Colorado, but doctors say no need for concern.
Chief Medical Officer At Swedish Medical Center Shares What It Means To Be A Woman In MedicineWomen have made steady progress in what has historically been a male-dominated field, but still make up fewer than 40% of physicians.
Denver Health Officials Warn About Increase In Deadly Overdoses Linked To FentanylDenver public health officials are warning residents about a recent increase in deadly overdoses, specifically those linked to fentanyl, and a quickly changing drug supply.
Health Advice To Support The Body And MindCertified Health Coach Erica Ballard offers health advice every woman needs to hear. She has three tips to help support both body and mind.
One In 10 Women Suffer From A Disease That Goes Years Undetected: EndometriosisWe may all have pelvic pain and not know what's going on in our bodies. But some women who have pain don't get the answers they need until damage is done.
COVID Entry Protocols At Ball Arena, Paramount Theatre To Be Lifted March 12, Except For Specific Artist RequestsCurrent event COVID-19 entry protocols for Ball Arena and Paramount Theatre will be lifted on March 12.
Lone Tree Doctor Urging Coloradans To Get Screened For Colorectal CancerColorectal cancer is expected to kill more than 52,000 people this year.
Huge Advances In Therapy And Treatment In Colorado 2 Years After First COVID CaseSaturday marked two years since the first confirmed COVID-19 case in Colorado.
Colorado Clinic Director Expects Ukraine Conflict Is Impacting Mental Health Of Adults (And Children) More Than We RealizeAs the crisis in Ukraine continues, experts say it's likely going to have affect our mental health, more than we may even want to believe.
It's Been 2 Years Since First COVID Case Was Diagnosed In ColoradoSaturday marks two years since Colorado's first COVID-19 case was diagnosed, and it comes at a time when cases continue to decline across the state.