Emily Ruyle Rows To Raise Money For Cancer CureThe woman from Wiggins is a breast cancer survivor and is taking on her next challenge.
Tobacco 21 Denver Coalition Works To Raise Age To Buy TobaccoThe group is specifically targeting e-cigarettes.
Doctors Want To Know If Patients Are Pot Users, It May Affect How They Are SedatedA study published earlier this year suggests patients who use cannabis respond to anesthesia differently.
Christel Walrath, First Open-Heart Patient, Returns To Children's Hospital ColoradoIn 1953, Christel Walrath made history at Children's Hospital Colorado as the first patient ever to have open-heart surgery there.
Metro State University Of Denver Cancer Cases Not Connected, Officials SayLeaders from Metropolitan State University of Denver will share new information on Monday about mysterious cases of cancer on the campus.
Colorado Scientists Studying How To Prevent Bone Loss In WomenThe University of Colorado School of Nursing is in the middle of a groundbreaking study looking at bone density loss in aging women.
Adams County Confirms Mosquito Infected With West Nile VirusThe first mosquito confirmed to have West Nile virus was reported in Adams County.
First Creek Closed Due To Plague ConcernsFencing has been placed around the open space.
Toddler Gets Life-Saving Treatment At Children's Hospital ColoradoA beloved 19-month-old girl from Grand Junction is getting the help she desperately needs.
Media Members Drive A Morning Of Fun For Kids Fighting CancerIt was an exciting morning of car racing Wednesday at Children’s Hospital Colorado.
Kind Crafters Knit Knockers For A CauseSome kindhearted knitters are crafting gifts of compassion for breast cancer survivors.
Study: More Edible Pot Among Colorado Teen UsersSome teenagers in Colorado, where marijuana is legal for adults, are shifting away from smoking in favor of edible cannabis products, a medical study released Monday shows.
Nonprofit & Volunteers Take Dental Hygiene Around The WorldTwo women in Colorado are taking dental care global, focusing on children in countries where access is limited.
Mosquitoes Test Positive For West Nile Virus In Weld CountyThe Weld County Health Department is reporting cases of West Nile Virus in mosquitoes in the Greeley/Evans area.
Plague Forces Cancellation Of Fireworks Show At Dick's Sporting Goods ParkSome prairie dogs in Commerce City are dying due to plague.
Campaign Urges Naloxone Availability To Save LivesNaloxone is used to save lives in opioid drug overdoses.
Check To Children's Hospital To Support Staff Who Care For PatientsChildren's Hospital Colorado is getting some more funds to help its caregivers who work hard to take care of patients.
Town Hall Meeting Held To Address Surrounding Auraria Campus Cancer ScareHealth concerns have emerged at Denver’s Auraria Campus after four employees who work in the same area of the campus were diagnosed with three different types of cancer.
Health Concerns After 4 Employees Diagnosed With Different Kinds Of CancerA letter was sent to employees at Metro State University of Denver.
Denver Health Officials Offer Free Hepatitis A Vaccines In Response To New CasesDenver health officials are giving out free hepatitis A vaccines in response to new cases among the homeless community.
Arapahoe County Woman Receives Rabies Shot after Bat BiteA woman who lives in Arapahoe County will need several rabies shots after she was bit by a bat in her home.
Sisters Battle Cancer At Young AgeThey created a survey for other young women facing a similar fight.
Eye Drops, Ointments Voluntarily Recalled From CVSOver-the-counter eye drops and ointments sold at CVS are being recalled. There are concerns the products might not be sterile.
Doctors Reconstruct Hunter's Face After Drastic Grizzly Bear AttackDoctors at Swedish Medical Center are rebuilding a man's face as he rebuilds his life.