Officials Trying To Contain Scabies Infestation At ICE FacilityScabies is a highly contagious infestation of mites that burrow into the skin.
Colorado Mother Prepares For Brain Surgery To Find Source Of Epileptic SeizuresA young mother is hoping brain surgery will pinpoint where her epileptic seizures originate and help her doctor determine if it is possible to eliminate them.
Romaine Lettuce E.coli Outbreak Includes ColoradoThere are dozens of states included in the outbreak.
Know What Mental Health Resources Are Available For Families In ColoradoA new analysis shows one in four Colorado children are visiting the emergency room for mental health issues. Alan Gionet sits down with Dr. Brian Morgan to discuss this and other mental health resources for families.
From Colorado To Africa, Bridge Of Life Provide Medical CareNewmont Goldcorp has joined with DaVita's Bridge of Life to provide medical care to the communities in Ghana.
Lifestyle Changes To Prevent Type 2 Diabetes Offered At YMCAThere is a program in the Denver metro area to prevent Type 2 diabetes that encourages a healthy lifestyle.
Parents Warned Of Whooping Cough At Boulder High SchoolBoulder High School reportedly has an outbreak of a pertussis, also known as whooping cough.
Students Return To Palisade High After Weeks Of Deep CleaningStudents at Palisade High School were back in class on Monday after their school and others in the Mesa County District 51 were closed.
Boulder Valley School District Requiring Students To Have Immunization Paperwork After Thanksgiving HolidayChildren who do not have proper immunization or exemption paperwork will not be allowed to attend school after the Thanksgiving break in the Boulder Valley School District, according to school officials.
Spirit Of Giving: Donating Blood Is Randy Riddle's Thanksgiving TraditionIn the spirit of giving, Vitalant centers were open on Thanksgiving for blood donations.
Bodybuilder Pierce Borras Fights Brain CancerThe Colorado man is getting treatment from UCHealth in Aurora.
CDPHE Watching Viral, Norovirus-Like Outbreak On Western SlopeWith large viral outbreaks happening across Colorado, state health officials are monitoring the situation for what is considered a common occurrence.
Air Force Academy Cadets Come Down With 'Stomach Flu' IllnessThe Air Force Academy says a case of norovirus may be spreading on its campus.
All Mesa County District 51 Schools Closed For Widespread IllnessAll students in the Mesa County Valley School District 51 will not have school until after Thanksgiving break due to widespread illness.
Cystic Fibrosis Drug Trikafta Helps Those With DiseaseThe first therapy of Trikafta is able to treat 90% of patients.
Dr. Dave Hnida Shares His Story Of Heart Attacks, Heart TransplantDr. Dave talked with CBS4's Jim Benemann about the life-changing events.
Denver Health Foundation Honors ParamedicsThe first responders were honored for going above and beyond their duties.
Addiction Experts Hope To Get To Underlying Causes For VapingAddiction experts at Golden Peak Recovery Center in Glendale talked about the vaping epidemic in Colorado. The community discussion and open house centered around the underlying causes of vaping.
Abbey Alexander Handles Burn Scars With HumorA young teacher, badly burned in an explosion in Cambodia, is now recovering at her home in Firestone.
Coloradans Navigate Medicare With Free State ProgramTrying to choose a Medicare plan can seem overwhelming. In Colorado, free one-on-one counseling is just a phone call away.
Arvada Experiencing Fluoride LeakFluoride won't be added to the water supply until next year.
Lung Cancer Patient, Doctor Q& A Provides 'Hope With Answers'A University of Colorado Cancer Center oncologist is described as one of the leading minds in lung cancer. Monday, he talked about marijuana and its components in relation to treatment. Who better to ask the questions than one of his patients.
Former Patient, Veteran Now A Leader At Brain Health InstituteMilitary veterans struggling with traumatic brain injuries can get care at the Marcus Institute for Brain Health at CU Anschutz.
The Sorrow Never Goes Away For Parents Who Lose Children In First Month Of LifeShannon and John Ackerman had five children, but three of them never made it home.