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The vaccinations are being administered at levels that officials say is needed to protect children against diseases such as diphtheria, tetanus, hepatitis B and polio.
A CDC finding that 25 percent of high schoolers vape coincides with a push in several mountain towns to raise the age for tobacco and nicotine purchases.
The wife of Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen says she has Alzheimer's, a disease which led her husband to give up control of the team four years ago.
Dick Krugman treated Lori Poland after she was kidnapped. She's now a licensed therapist.
A new study also says that Colorado leads 37 states surveyed for use of electronic cigarettes among high school students.
The Food and Drug Administration approved the medication, called Epidiolex, to treat two rare forms of epilepsy that begin in childhood.
What some child welfare advocates see as necessary precautions can place parents legally treating their children with medical marijuana under allegations of child abuse.
Colorado doctors and advocates for gun safety are promoting a program they say is designed to protect children from firearms.
If the drug is approved, some worry that could curtail medical marijuana programs already operating in more than two dozen states.
Ellie Klein will be one of Dr. Chris Carey's first patients to undergo a vaginoplasty, a procedure with pent-up demand in Colorado and nationwide.
Students at two very different schools weighed in on self-medicating with marijuana and how their peers of color are punished more harshly for possession.
In Colorado, nine have already joined in the action and more than a dozen cities and counties say they’re considering the move.
Loved ones should feel free to ask questions and intervene if they sense a loved one is considering ending their life, an expert says.
If Denver and others join the litigation there will be nearly 20 Colorado local governments filing suit against opioid makers.