The CDC says that, nationally, four times more men died of a heroin overdose in 2013 than women. Colorado followed the pattern.
The state doesn't require tracking drug dependency in babies, but estimates point to a sharp increase due to their mothers’ use of drugs during pregnancy.
The number of babies born dependent on drugs like Percocet and Vicodin is growing in Colorado, and withdrawal is traumatic and costly.
A state representative and retired doctor thinks there should be an easier way for very sick patients to take medications that haven't yet been approved by the FDA.
Colorado doctors are trying to get a handle on the state's high rate of prescription drug abuse, in part by improving what some say is an incomplete statewide prescription database.
A new report finds the Dept. of Veterans Affairs is over-medicating its patients and struggling to provide complex treatment. We're looking for Colorado veterans and their families to help us look deeper into this story.