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  1. 'Pandemic' Asks: Is A Disease That Will Kill Tens Of Millions Coming?

    Author Sonia Shah says that urbanization and air travel put the global population at an increased risk for disease. "Zika is a great example of how new pathogens are emerging today," she says.
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  2. 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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  3. After Disaster, Where Does Your Blood Donation Go?

    Many Coloradans gave blood after the mass shootings in Orlando, Florida. A spokeswoman for Colorado's Bonfils Blood Center explains the national distribution system that governs where donations go.
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  4. In Denver, Gunshot Wounds Are Deadlier Than They Were A Decade Ago

    Research shows gunshot wounds are larger and penetrate more deeply into the body.
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  5. Colorado Rep. Polis Wants To Ease Restrictions On Gay Blood Donations

    Democratic Rep. Jared Polis of Boulder says the current policy is "morally bankrupt."
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  6. Meet 'The Geezer Dad': Lakewood Author Tom Lamarr

    In his new memoir, Lamarr navigates infertility, adoption and becoming a father late in life.
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  7. For Young Colorado Athletes, Concussions Are More Than A Headache

    Lengthy recovery times for concussion are now the norm. But researchers say there's still a lot not known about the injury.
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  8. With Obamacare, Colorado Hispanics See Both Coverage Gains And Disparities

    Hispanics saw the biggest gains in health coverage under Obamacare. Despite that, big disparities and rising costs are a cause for concern.
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  9. Experts: Colorado's Medicaid Expansion Is Costly, But A Boon To Economy

    According to two new reports, more people have health insurance, new jobs have been created in Colorado, but some say the good news comes at the expense of the federal deficit.
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  10. Court Rules In-Bounds Skiers' Avalanche Safety Is In Their Own Hands

    Colorado justices ruled that avalanches are an inherent danger of skiing. If it had gone the other way, the case could have jeopardized ski areas in the West.
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