Kids who break bones can suffer growth plate injuries, which can lead to crooked limbs and surgery. Researchers think they've found an easier way to fix the problem.
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According to a recent report, Denver is less walkable than car-centric Los Angeles. Grassroots organizers, extreme walkers and urban planners are trying to change that.
A Denver Post investigation finds an over-reliance on medication for foster children, instead of therapy, to help them heal from trauma.
When "balanced information" means wildly different things to parents and medical professionals, conversations can quickly go awry.
Researchers from the University of Colorado Boulder show off the waterless toilet that converts waste into biochar, a highly-porous charcoal that can be used for fuel.
A new I-News Network report tells the story of the people diagnosed with a mental illness and a developmental disability.
The state's insurance commissioner has set up a task force to review costs and may also propose state-funded subsidies.
Rising premiums are forcing Colorado companies to choose between group plans or ask employees to buy individual coverage through Connect for Health Colorado.