The policy bans transgender recruits and prevents current troops from transitioning to another sex unless they were diagnosed with gender dysphoria before April 12, 2019.
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The measure would cover some of the most costly medical bills, and would especially benefit rural Coloradans.
The president's threat to send detained immigrants to "sanctuary cities" as retaliation could end up doing migrants a favor: The plan would put thousands of immigrants in cities that are not only welcoming to them, but also more likely to rebuff federal officials carrying out deportation orders.
The immunization debate in Colorado is heating up again as the Colorado legislature considers new restrictions on vaccine exemptions.
Colorado Springs is a prime example of the tension that exists between cities that rely on the economic stability of military bases and the tax dollars of a local recreational pot marketplace can bring.
Colorado lawmakers introduced a bill last week to help improve the state's last-in-the-nation ranking for kindergarten students' vaccination rate -- making Colorado ripe for an outbreak. Get a closer look at Colorado's policy on mandatory vaccinations.
There are notable differences in health research findings on tobacco and marijuana, but some governmental officials, researchers and other worry about how to curb cigarette smoking as more states make it legal to smoke pot.
Acute Myeloid Leukemia is rare but deadly. But a new treatment that targets stem cells is putting patients into remission.
Visits to the ER related to cannabis are on the rise, and edibles can cause psychiatric and heart problems.
CU researchers say even women OB-GYNs make less than their male counterparts. And it takes women across all job fields until the beginning of April for their pay to catch up to what men make in the previous year.
Scientists suspect the illness is being caused chiefly by a certain virus that was identified more than 55 years ago and may have mutated to become more dangerous.
Essi Ellis, the former director of emergency management at CU Denver, is the new leader of Colorado's Safe2Tell program, which allows people to report threats anonymously.
In Colorado, parents can exempt their kids from vaccinations for medical, religious, and personal reasons.
Study shows marijuana's bad effects are landing more people in the hospital. In 2012, the University of Colorado Health ER saw an average of one patient every other day with a marijuana-caused problem. By 2016, the count was two to three per day.
Mountain and Denver suburb counties fared well, while southern Colorado counties such as Costilla and Huerfano did poorly.