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  1. Columbine parent: After trauma, survival is possible

    In the wake of last week's shooting at Arapahoe High School, a trauma expert who's child was a student at Columbine during the shooting in 1999 offers advice and guidance.
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  2. Colorado Health Alert Issued After Wildfire Smoke Blows In From Western States

    The smoke could ease up Thursday but is expected to intensify again by Friday.
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  3. Doctor: The Key To Surviving The Plague Is A Fast Diagnosis

    The plague is in the United States to stay. But is easily preventable with proper caution. Experts say to watch for fleas and to avoid handling wild rodents.
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  4. Denver Water Opts To Keep Fluoride Program

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  5. Poll Finds Most Women Believe Mammograms Should Be Done Annually

    While the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force says most women should get screening mammograms every two years, an NPR-Truven Health Analytics poll finds women think they should go every year.
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  6. Private $2M For Defunded Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program

    More than 12 organizations are pledging nearly $2 million to keep a contraception program aimed at reducing teen pregnancy and abortion rates going.
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  7. Denver Fluoride Fight Pits Activists Against Long-Standing Health Policy

    The decision over whether to continue using the cavity-fighting additive will impact roughly a quarter of the state's population.
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  8. Abortion Foes Scour Clinics' Trash For Discarded Records

    Garbage has become an unlikely battleground in the abortion debate, as anti-abortion groups seek evidence of privacy violations in clinics' dumpsters.
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  9. Pro Cyclists, Savvy With Shifters, Need Help Crafting Their Calories

    Riders in the USA Pro Challenge have to eat up to 7,500 calories a day. But they don't know much about cooking, says the co-founder of Boulder's Skratch Labs.
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  10. What's Behind Colorado's Stubbornly High Suicide Numbers

    As suicides hit a record high in Colorado, an expert says stigma continues to surround mental health.
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