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  1. New, $623M Saint Joseph's is Denver's first downtown hospital in 20 years

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  2. VA brokers deal to restart over-budget, late hospital project in Aurora

    The move comes after the Veterans Administration says it agreed to come up with an extra $234 million. The project cost is now expected to top $1 billion.
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  3. Colorado to receive $65M mental health care grant

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  4. Coloradans face choice: tax refund or pay for services, governor says

    CPR's regular interview with Gov. John Hickenlooper covered TABOR refunds, how to make housing more affordable and "disappointing" news about the state's health exchange.
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  5. Connect for Health Colorado sees spike in complaints

    On Monday, 12,600 people enrolled in health and dental coverage on the state healthcare exchange, more than any single day ever before. That volume lead to more complaints as well.
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  6. The U.S. has a surgeon general, for the first time in 17 months

    A job that's been open in President Obama's administration since July of 2013 was finally filled Monday, as the Senate voted to confirm Vivek Murthy as America's new surgeon general.
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  7. Colorado health exchange: Enrollment rate outpacing last year

    More individuals and families have signed up for health insurance coverage than at this time last year, officials say.
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  8. For Colorado dementia patients, musical memories still stir while others fade

    She struggles with her memory, but 85-year-old Margaret Simon can still play song after song she learned as a child on a piano.
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  9. Debunking Vaccine Myths Can Have An Unintended Effect

    People concerned about potential flu vaccine side effects may be less likely to get the shot after learning that their worries are misplaced than they were to start with.
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  10. Nursing homes rarely penalized for oversedating patients

    An NPR probe finds many nursing homes are still prescribing schizophrenia drugs to calm dementia patients — despite FDA warnings — but only 2 percent of excessive-medication cases result in penalties.
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