Denver's library is one of the first to carry Narcan, the brand name for Naloxone, a medication used to reverse an opioid overdose.
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Colorado was the first state to significantly loosen 1960s restrictions on legal abortions, six years before the U.S. Supreme Court legalized abortion nationwide.
The tool searches by zip code and lists “medical facilities that have adopted policies that are supportive of patient choice,” said Kat West of Compassion and Choices.
The rural sustainability bill still has a long way to go in a legislature where byzantine fights over finances have bedeviled compromise for years.
The former NFL linebacker says he no longer watches the sport, but adds others should make their own decisions.
In an area ravaged by the opioid crisis, Dr. Barbara Troy is the only doctor for miles who can prescribe a key drug for those in recovery.
CU’s School of Medicine gets about $200 million a year in NIH funds, so a proposed 20 percent cut could make $40 million vanish.
Grandin, a famed professor of animal science at CSU, reflects on her work to improve the treatment of animals at slaughterhouses.
Rural Colorado could see a wave of hospital closings if hundreds of millions of dollars in cuts in the proposed state budget go through.
Rep. Mike Coffman, a Republican, and Sen. Michael Bennet, a Democrat have introduced separate measures to help troops pushed out of the military without health benefits.
Meet a single mom from Alamosa who got a helping hand from a visiting nurse program founded in Denver that now stretches across the country.
Older people with disabilities, in long-term care, make up nearly 10 percent of the state’s overall Medicaid population, but they account for more than 40 percent of the costs.
A Denver author's new book investigates whether focused breathing and cold exposure can restore evolutionary strengths people have lost due to modern comforts.