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.
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A job that's been open in President Obama's administration since July of 2013 was finally filled Monday, as the Senate voted to confirm Vivek Murthy as America's new surgeon general.
She struggles with her memory, but 85-year-old Margaret Simon can still play song after song she learned as a child on a piano.
People concerned about potential flu vaccine side effects may be less likely to get the shot after learning that their worries are misplaced than they were to start with.
The state is preparing to give away millions of dollars in grants for medical marijuana research, including to study whether marijuana helps ease the symptoms of psychological trauma in veterans.
The Office of Behavioral Health Strategies would be the first of its kind for a major U.S. city, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock.
An NPR probe finds many nursing homes are still prescribing schizophrenia drugs to calm dementia patients — despite FDA warnings — but only 2 percent of excessive-medication cases result in penalties.
"Colorado Matters" listeners chimed in to share their thoughts about whether those with terminal illnesses have a right to get help ending their lives.