Wellness

Decision could boost use of popular weed killer 

Decision could boost use of popular weed killer 

Critics say more study is needed on the effects of the herbicide and they are concerned it could endanger public health.

Deadline to clear up health law eligibility near

Deadline to clear up health law eligibility near

“Many of these people have issues because government files are incomplete,” said Ron Pollack, executive director of the advocacy group Families USA.

FDA approves lung preservation machine

The Food and Drug Administration said Tuesday that the approval of the XVIVO Perfusion System could lead to more successful transplants of lungs for people with cystic fibrosis and other deadly respiratory diseases.

Health care at college: Can your teen manage?

Health care at college: Can your teen manage?

“If I drive on the shoulder and a cop stops me, will he believe me when I tell him I think my daughter’s dying in a hospital?”

For rare medical condition, help comes on horseback for Aurora man, others

For rare medical condition, help comes on horseback for Aurora man, others

Equine therapy in Elizabeth helping man hold on to motor skills depleted by rare brain disease

How does Ebola virus spread and can it be stopped?

How does Ebola virus spread and can it be stopped?

Typically, outbreaks of the disease have been in other parts of the continent, not in West Africa.

A guide for fliers worried about Ebola outbreak

A guide for fliers worried about Ebola outbreak

As the Ebola outbreak in West Africa grows, airlines around the globe are closely monitoring the situation but have yet to make any drastic changes.

Poll: Obama health law is a tale of 2 Americas

Poll: Obama health law is a tale of 2 Americas

“Those states that implement the law’s major mechanisms are seeing a significantly greater decline in their uninsured rates,” said Dan Witters, research director for the poll.

VA deputy chief addresses veterans in Denver

The Veterans Affairs Department said last week it planned to discipline six Colorado and Wyoming employees, including the two facing dismissal.

Nursing students at new CU South Denver learn from a bunch of dummies

Nursing students at new CU South Denver learn from a bunch of dummies

Similar mannequins are already being unpacked University of Colorado South Denver campus, which will open Aug. 18. The satellite facility, located at The Wildlife Experience in Parker, will serve hundreds of students in fields from engineering to business. The College of Nursing will also offer classes to 36 students initially enrolled in the program there