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  1. As Obamacare enters second year, Colorado targets uninsured

    A rural county in Colorado’s high country saw one of the state’s biggest drops in the number of uninsured. That mirrors a solid decline statewide.
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  2. 14 Coloradans hospitalized in 2014 flu season arrival

    Flu-related hospitalizations are "the tip of the iceberg" said the state epidemiologist.
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  3. Employee health insurance to rise 8 percent in Colorado, survey says

    That’s slightly lower than this year’s gain of 10 percent, the survey says, but still in line with the state average for recent years.
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  4. 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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  5. What Diabetes Costs You, Even If You Don't Have The Disease

    Diabetes costs the United States $322 billion a year, or $1,000 for each American. That's 48 percent more than it was just five years ago.
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  6. Moderate drinker or alcoholic? Many Americans fall in between

    A study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds that 1 in 3 adults drinks excessively. That means eight or more drinks per week for women, and 15 or more drinks a week for men.
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  7. 6 Pitfalls To Avoid When Picking Insurance On The Job

    Even if your health insurance is provided by an employer, your plan may be changing quite a bit in 2015. Here's a guide to the questions you should keep in mind when looking over your options.
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  8. Colorado soldiers deployed to West Africa to aid in Ebola fight

    The deployment is expected to last nine months to a year.
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  9. Is beauty in the eye(lid) of the beholder?

    Half of people of Asian descent have double eyelids — folds above the lash line — and the other half don't. There's a controversial surgery some people get to give themselves that crease.
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  10. Poor Contact Lens Care Leads To A Whole Lot Of Eye Infections

    Almost 1 million people a year end up with painful eye infections, and improper contact lens care is a big reason why, according to a new study from the CDC.
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