New research shows that bacteria found in soil from rural areas may help ease allergies and even psychiatric issues.
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The Colorado Springs March For Life prominently featured the city's Catholic community.
Researchers are praising state efforts to combat the opioid epidemic, but they say more must be done to increase access to medication-assisted treatment, especially in rural areas.
Denver City Council passed a bill in November that opened the door to an injection site. Hancock's enthusiasm seemed to slow in a new interview.
The city attorney accused drug companies of “providing false and misleading information to doctors and patients about the safety of these drugs."
Dr. Carol Foster studies vertigo at the University of Colorado's School of Medicine and recently wrote “Overcoming Positional Vertigo.”
Toby’s main role at CU is to help put students seeking counseling at ease.
Federal officials are scrambling to reverse a recent explosion in teen vaping that public health officials fear could undermine decades of declines in tobacco use.
Carson Bruns is developing a UV- and heat-sensitive tattoo ink that can detect a fever and potentially other health conditions in the future.
When state voters legalized recreational marijuana through Amendment 64 earlier this decade, the e-cigarette industry had just started to take off.
If approved through the Colorado legislature, a two-year pilot program would provide a safe place to inject illegal drugs. Trained professionals could prevent overdose deaths and the transfer of preventable diseases like hepatitis and HIV.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is advising that U.S. consumers not eat any romaine lettuce, and retailers and restaurants not serve or sell any, until they learn more about the outbreak.
Children from obese mothers were more likely to have the microbes that predispose them to obesity and liver disease.
The author is Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani, a national expert on eating disorders based in Denver.