A lethal parasite carried by an insect nicknamed 'the kissing bug' is moving north from Latin America, but a recent medical breakthrough could slow it down.
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Lab tests by Colorado’s health department found the resident, who has not been identified, contracted pneumonic plague.
A nonprofit in Colorado Springs hires people with autism who prepare electronics equipment for recycling. The company has found many people with the condition have an innate ability to do this kind of work.
A study authored by a Colorado physician finds certain gene combinations put people at risk for the disease and early detection can head off future health problems.
Children's Hospital Colorado will treat kids who've had strokes as researchers study the effects.
New research shows Colorado teenagers are changing their behavior and their attitudes about sex.
CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta made the treatment -- called “Charlotte’s Web" -- famous in his film “Weed.” But Colorado’s top public health doctor questions its safety.
Bicycling to work is up, but so are accidents. Still, bicycle advocates say riders shouldn't be dissuaded by the statistics.
Some plans will cost more, some less.