Reducing Opioid Prescriptions: New Pilot Program Launching In LongmontDr. Cathy O'Neil talked with CBS4 at Longmont United Hospital.
Colorado Moves Toward A Public Health Insurance OptionColorado could become only the second state to offer its own health insurance option.
Breast Cancer Patient Applauds New Method of Pain ControlA woman from Wyoming is pain free, just three weeks after breast cancer surgery with a new method of pain control that left her without the need for opioids.
Kroger & Walgreens Will Stop Selling E-CigarettesKroger is becoming the latest major retailer to stop selling electronic cigarettes amid public concern over vaping-related illnesses and deaths.
American Lung Association Prepares For Run The RocksThe American Lung Association has been at the forefront in raising awareness about dangers related to smoking and other lung-related illnesses.
Flu Shots Distributed At Pepsi Center RaceUniversity of Colorado Hospital handed out free flu shots at the Pepsi Center on Sunday morning.
One Pound Baby Has Heart Repaired Through Tiny IncisionA baby girl, born weighing just over a pound, has a better chance at a healthy life after having a hole in her heart closed.
High-Dose Flu Shot Could Offer Increased Protection For SeniorsThis year is predicted to be a tough one for the flu and vaccines are encouraged.
Colorado Doctor Specializes In Tongue Tie Among BabiesIt's a condition you've probably never heard of, but about 4% of babies in the U.S. are born with tongue tie. Those babies have a short, tight band of tissue that tethers the tongue to the mouth.
Victoria Mugo Loses Hands, Legs Due To Septic ShockA mother from Aurora is a quadruple amputee. She lost her hands and her legs when pneumonia led to septic shock.
Colorado Reports 2 Additional Cases Of Vaping-Related IllnessesColorado health workers are investigating six cases of sudden and severe lung illness associated with vaping.
Dr. Suchitra Rao Answers Question About Flu ShotsSee a doctor from Children's Hospital Colorado explain why innoculations are so important.
Thornton High School Launches Dental Service For StudentsStudents at Thornton High School now have access to crucial dental care within the hallways of their own school.
Glenwood Hot Springs Resort Pool Health Alert: 4 Cases Of Cryptosporidiosis ConfirmedColorado health officials are investigating after four people became sick after visiting the Glenwood Hot Springs Resort pool.
Centennial Vapor Worried About Potential Ban On Flavored E-CigarettesWhen Mark Branson’s phone beeped with a news alert Wednesday morning, he didn’t expect it would hit him so hard.
Rocky Mountain Hospital For Children Doctors Use 3D Model Heart For Complex SurgeryA baby boy survived half a dozen heart defects thanks to doctors at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children (RMHC).
Longmont To Spray For MosquitoesDue to a mosquito population that’s unusually high for September, a company contracted by the City of Longmont will spray for adult mosquitos Thursday night.
Emily & Brian Daniels' Fundraising Efforts Help With Rare Cancer ResearchA young mother is doing well thanks to some groundbreaking treatment that started in Colorado.
Study: IUD Use Lowers Risk Of Ovarian CancerEvery 40 hours, a Colorado woman dies from ovarian cancer. It accounts for more than 22,000 deaths worldwide each year.
No More Fluoride For Longmont's Water SupplyA Colorado city has stopped adding fluoride to its drinking water due to a shortage of the mineral that helps prevent cavities.
Woman Who Says Physical Therapy Changed Her Life Is Giving BackColleen Rapp is raising money for those who helped her get back on her feet.
9 People Sickened After Eating At Torchy's Tacos In Fort CollinsThe Torchy's on S. College Avenue is where the health department is investigating.
Kennedie Knakmuhs Celebrates 2nd Birthday Thanks To Liver TransplantA toddler in Parker is one in 100,000.
Denver Health Focuses On Addiction RecoveryThe change is designed to help more people overcome their addiction.