The state doesn't require tracking drug dependency in babies, but estimates point to a sharp increase due to their mothers’ use of drugs during pregnancy.
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The number of babies born dependent on drugs like Percocet and Vicodin is growing in Colorado, and withdrawal is traumatic and costly.
Colorado hospitals say they're treating fewer uninsured patients--and losing less money--since the state expanded the number of people on Medicaid.
The book "Plastic Purge" documents a Boulder resident's attempt to live without creating any plastic waste for two weeks.
A new housing development for senior citizens in Loveland, Colo. is the first in the state to follow the "Green House" approach, where residents live in group homes rather than nursing homes.
Every coach in the state who works with athletes ages 11 through 18 is required to take a course on how to recognize concussions.
The new law on edibles calls for state regulators to look at what rules should be in place to make marijuana edibles clearly identifiable and possible changes to dosing.
Four resort towns had some of the highest premiums in the country.
ProPublica delved into Medicare data that was unavailable for decades. The nonprofit investigative news service says Colorado doctors are slightly more likely than others to charge Medicare's highest rates.
A bill awaiting the governor's signature Saturday would make Colorado the first state with "Right To Try" legislation.