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.
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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.
Similar programs have popped up around the country.
The move concerns medical marijuana advocates, who say it could prevent patients from vaping prescription cannabis in their apartments.
So-called "balance billing" or "surprise bills" often happens when a patient goes to an in-network facility but is treated by an out-of-network provider.
The Colorado Office of the Attorney General commissioned the research, which crisscrossed Mesa, El Paso, La Plata and Pueblo counties.
The analysis is based on 2016 data from the 15 states that reported the reasons given for using marijuana.
University of Colorado Anschutz scientists are using a driving simulator to find out how drugged driving affects people individually.
The Colorado End-of-Life Options Act was passed by voters in 2016. Most patients who took advantage of the law had terminal cancer or degenerative neurological disorders.
The Air Force Academy reported 21 assaults, and saw sexual harassment on the rise against male students.
However, as more young people use alcohol and marijuana, they're also regarding those two substances as less dangerous.