Colorado's health exchange is waiting for news from the U.S. Supreme Court, but it also faces the challenge of fiscal sustainability.
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Completion isn't expected until 2017. Only a short-term deal is keeping the money flowing.
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Exchange officials say it's best to underestimate the Medicaid payment in the budget while negotiations continue
The court decision means companies are on the hook for helping at least some consumers in California safely dispose of leftover pills and other medicine. Similar measures are in the works elsewhere.
Philippa Marrack and her husband John Kappler head to Israel this week to accept the prestigious Wolf Prize in medicine for work on T-cells and the immune system.
Dr. Alex Polotsky, who lead the study, says this marks the first measured impact of male smoking on fertility.
While Colorado seniors scored well on various measures, including having the second lowest rate for obesity, cigarette smoking remains a problem.
Hampton Sides profiles several scientists who are taking a serious look at marijuana through advanced research.
The money raised by the increases will help pay to keep Connect for Health running as federal startup money is phased out.
Sen. Johnny Isakson, of Georgia, and Rep. Jeff Miller, or Florida, are calling for the VA to fix a culture they call “corrosive.”
The state board was considering changing it Wednesday to require parents' permission.
In "The Takeover," Pockross writes about relocating her parents from Chicago to Denver to become their primary caregiver.
The ratio of caregivers to those who need help will decline by half as Colorado's elderly population increases, according to AARP.