Leaders of an experiment that began in 2014 say they have brought down the costs of Medicaid even as more people have gotten insurance.
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The actions were the latest in a growing number of political protests that have occurred since President Donald Trump’s inauguration last month.
The state health department will use comprehensive air quality data collected by Colorado State University.
Firefighting foam used at the base for decades seeped into the aquifer, rendering well water for customers in southern El Paso County unsafe to drink.
As Republicans in Washington move ahead to repeal the Affordable Care Act, a bill from Colorado GOP lawmakers to repeal the state’s health exchange has been introduced — putting the exchange on shaky ground.
The teen suicide rate in Colorado is among the highest in the country. Two teens from Colorado Springs have made films about the issue which they hope helps in prevention efforts.
“There's a lot of confusion on the provider side, there's a lot of confusion on the consumer/patient side as well,” said Jennifer Ballentine, president of The Iris Project.
Doctors at Denver's National Jewish Health say a new study in the Journal of the American Medical Association mirrors what they've seen for years: that many adults are misdiagnosed with asthma.
Thousands of women from around the country and here in Colorado will march Saturday to stand up for their rights and health care.
It’s called cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome -- a nasty affliction whose central symptoms are uncontrollable dry heaves, throwing up and nausea.
There's plenty at stake for patients and hospitals as Republicans look to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
The nuclear weapons plant closed in the early ‘90s. Residents who lived near the plant have raised long-standing questions and concerns about high rates of illness.
Three decades ago, Simon founded the spiritual publishing house Sounds True. The Louisville-based company is on track to do $24 million in business this year.
A new storytelling project that features 20 women living with the virus comes as Denver vows to end AIDS in the city by 2030.