Colorado’s over 65 population keeps expanding steadily, adding more than 77,000 people.
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Last week, the aircraft stopped in Denver for cleaning after it carried the nurse between Cleveland and Dallas.
Just because the Food and Drug Administration recalls a supplement because it contains dangerous substances, doesn't mean the product disappears from the market.
The World Health Organization says two vaccine candidates now undergoing small-scale tests of dosage and safety in people might be ready for broader deployment in Africa by early 2015.
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has recommended that retail marijuana edibles be limited to lozenges and tinctures.
Denver Health, Children’s Hospital and University of Colorado Hospital say they’re ready to provide the higher level of care for a patient with Ebola.
Most people losing coverage were on plans that don’t meet the requirements of the Affordable Care Act.
"We've been preparing in the state for several months," Colorado's chief medical officer says.
The new studies find the uninsured include so-called "young invincibles," those 18 to 34, Latinos and seasonal workers.
Last year, some people faced delays to see if they qualified for government insurance.
The line is now getting about 225 calls a day since it launched this summer.
At least 7,000 health care workers are needed to staff new Ebola treatment centers in Liberia alone. Those doctors, nurses and hygienists must learn how to protect themselves — and how not to panic.
Are you getting a double dose of mercury? A triple? A new website tallied the good and bad in your seafood diet.
Customers can enroll online, by phone or at 2,700 of Wal-Mart's more than 4,000 stores, starting Oct. 10.
Erik Weihenmayer, of Colorado, talks about what it was like to kayak the raging waters that run through the Grand Canyon.