Veterans who lived at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina during the 1960's, 70's and 80's are eligible for special medical benefits due to contaminated water, but one Coloradan says it's been hard to get help.
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The cost to set up Connect for Health was paid almost entirely by federal grants. Those grants run out next year.
As the healthcare system undergoes radical changes, new ethical dilemmas are presented to physicians, nurses, and other health professionals. The University of Colorado's new medical ethicist says the public must engage in solving thorny ethical tensions.
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.
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.