Denver Harm Reduction Action Center is the state's largest needle exchange, taking in about 3,000 used syringes a day.
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Colorado has began sending letters to CHIP enrollees advising them that they need to look at private insurance coverage options. Formal termination notices could go out in mid-December.
The proposed safe-injection facility is part of a six bill package to combat the growing opioid crisis in Colorado.
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Colorado attendees at a worldwide conference say the United States can still be a major player moving forward.
"More people die every year from smoking than from murder, AIDS, suicide, drugs, car crashes and alcohol, combined," the ads say.
The Colorado Healthy Hospital Compact is the nation’s only statewide initiative promoting healthier food and drinks in health care facilities.
It would allow vets with “other-than-honorable” discharges to receive mental health treatment from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Investigators with the VA Office of Inspector General confirmed a whistleblower's claim that staff didn't use the department's official wait list system.
A lifetime of watching her mother battle opioid addiction led state Rep. Brittany Pettersen to sponsor a series of bills aimed at the problem.
Studies show some promising results for new opioid addiction approaches, but some insurers won’t pay for some alternative treatments.
Keep your eyes out for a Dodge Sprinter van around Boulder. What looks like a nondescript cargo van is actually a cutting-edge marijuana research lab.
Saturday marks National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.
The CEO of the Colorado Health Exchange says the state is prepared to weather whatever changes eventually emerge from Washington.
“Cutting the cost sharing reduction payments is cruel and irresponsible,” said Colorado’s Democratic governor, John Hickenlooper.
The White House had continued the subsidies while waiting for a lawsuit to move through the courts. Thursday's decision reverses that.