A Colorado company wants to know how microorganisms in the gut impact sickle cell disease. The firm has an “ick-free” plan to pay you for your poop.
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Medication-assisted treatment uses one of several drugs approved by the Food and Drug Administration to control cravings and reduce relapses. Despite the evidence, the approach is underused.
The Supreme Court gave lower courts additional instructions to try and reach an accommodation on balancing religious rights and no-cost access to contraception.
The justices did not decide the central question in the case: whether Obamacare's contraceptive mandate violates the religious liberties of some organizations.
A new law allows prosecuting attorneys to expedite the videotaping of a deposition of an elder abuse victim. That seemingly small change could be key.
The AIDS Grove in Denver's Commons Park has seen better days. Volunteers are cleaning it up ahead of a rededication May 15, 2016.
The study finds teens who drink popular caffeinated beverages have a heightened risk for long-term anxiety disorders.
Journalist Murray Carpenter’s new book takes a closer look at caffeine and how it has percolated through cultures around the world for ages.
A Denver cardiac surgeon is using robotic surgery to do complex procedures like repairing valves and removing tumors. The technique can replace more invasive surgery.
A new initiative, the Colorado Gun Shop Project, aims to get the suicide prevention message out to gun owners.
Westwood is in the midst of a push to improve its "built environment" -- and the health of its residents.
Decisions about high blood pressure have gotten thornier over the past couple of years. There's no consensus on when to start treatment with drugs. The latest evidence adds to the confusion.
For Native Americans on South Dakota's Cheyenne River Indian Reservation, it can take weeks to get in to see a doctor and hours to get an ambulance after a life-threatening injury.