A 2017 Colorado survey observed a disconnect in how young people see vaping and e-cigarettes and the health risks.
The homegrown marijuana prevention program is a far cry from the Nancy Reagan “Just Say No” anti-drug programs of the 1980s and 90s.
Would Democrat Phil Weiser or Republican George Brauchler opt to join the multi-state lawsuit against several large pharmaceutical companies?
A new study also says that Colorado leads 37 states surveyed for use of electronic cigarettes among high school students.
In Colorado, nine have already joined in the action and more than a dozen cities and counties say they’re considering the move.
If Denver and others join the litigation there will be nearly 20 Colorado local governments filing suit against opioid makers.
Lift The Label provides an array of info, including stories of addiction, tips for recognizing signs of addiction, and treatment resources like medication-assisted treatment.
Conejos, Las Animas, Chaffee, Otero and Alamosa counties and the city of Alamosa have filed suit in U.S. District Court.
An essay the father wrote will be read aloud at the McNichols Building in Denver's Civic Center Park June 5.
The bill would affect prescriptions written for patients in acute but short-term pain. Gov. Hickenlooper has yet to sign the measure into law.