The Trump administration runs a program the president calls a "disaster," but 11.7 million people enrolled for 2018 coverage, with about 85 percent receiving subsidies to help pay their premiums.
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If approved by voters, the ‘Caring 4 Denver’ sales tax could raise as much as $450 million in a decade.
Bad news out there for Colorado's heavy breathers.
The 2 cent-per-ounce tax was approved in 2016 and is estimated to bring in $1.4 million more in its first year than expected.
Microscopic inhalable particles from wildfire smoke can get deep into the lungs and play havoc with those who suffer from heart and respiratory issues.
Young people are clocking in more screen time than ever, and getting their first smartphones earlier than ever.
A 2017 Colorado survey observed a disconnect in how young people see vaping and e-cigarettes and the health risks.
A state-funded study is attempting to fill in the gaps on data about marijuana use among older people.
"We've come over the curve of these ever-increasing, really large increasing rates," said Michael Conway, Colorado's interim insurance commissioner.
Handling domestic violence, shoplifting or traffic stops involving people with dementia takes special skills.
The vaccinations are being administered at levels that officials say is needed to protect children against diseases such as diphtheria, tetanus, hepatitis B and polio.
A CDC finding that 25 percent of high schoolers vape coincides with a push in several mountain towns to raise the age for tobacco and nicotine purchases.
The wife of Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen says she has Alzheimer's, a disease which led her husband to give up control of the team four years ago.
Dick Krugman treated Lori Poland after she was kidnapped. She's now a licensed therapist.
A new study also says that Colorado leads 37 states surveyed for use of electronic cigarettes among high school students.