So far, a total of 1,900 people have been hospitalized from 50 counties. But officials don't expect the numbers to rise much more.
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Many people aim to make healthier food choices in the New Year. A study finds that while people buy more healthy food, they spend just as much on unhealthy foods as they do during the holidays.
A natural compound kills germs that have become resistant to antibiotics, researchers say. If it works in humans, it could help combat diseases like tuberculosis.
The returning soldiers are being kept in a controlled monitoring area at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington for 21 days.
John Malone's $42.5M gift to Colorado State University aims to advance research into using a person's own cells to treat pain and chronic illness.
A hospital in Grand Junction is asking sick people not to visit patients.
Though beer has been blamed for many a paunch, researchers say it's more nutritious than most other alcoholic drinks. Moderate consumption may also reduce the risk of heart disease.
Gyms take on way more members than they have space for. Here's a look at how they get us to sign up and never show up.
Seniors who run several times a week burn about the same energy walking as a 20-year-old.
Humans have lighter bones than other primates, and that change happened a lot later than anthropologists had thought. Blame our sedentary ways after our ancestors took up farming.
CPR's regular interview with Gov. John Hickenlooper covered TABOR refunds, how to make housing more affordable and "disappointing" news about the state's health exchange.
The move comes after the Veterans Administration says it agreed to come up with an extra $234 million. The project cost is now expected to top $1 billion.
On Monday, 12,600 people enrolled in health and dental coverage on the state healthcare exchange, more than any single day ever before. That volume lead to more complaints as well.