The University of Denver is conducting a study to see if humanoid robots improve recognition of facial expressions and eye gaze in kids with autism.
“…there’s this huge silent majority of parents who are vaccinating their kids. Only now, when we’re able to see these rates and we’re hearing about outbreaks because parents are refusing vaccines.”
The community is protected when 86% – 95% of the population is vaccinated (levels vary with different diseases). Some Stapleton area schools are below those levels.
Colorado has been hit hard by the flu epidemic sweeping the country this winter.
Artificial sweeteners like aspartame and sucralose can contribute to some of the health maladies that we’re using them to avoid. It’s like smoking “light” cigarettes to combat lung cancer.
Johnson & Wales University offers a Culinary Nutrition course. Graduates go on to work in school nutrition, food research, health care and more.
Nearly 55 percent of U.S. infants sleep with potentially unsafe bedding, according to a December 2014 study by the National Institutes of Health. The rate is higher among babies of young, low- income, non-college-educated, and/or African-American or Hispanic moms.
Experts in the field provide overwhelming evidence that vaccines are universally recognized as very safe and effective, and that Colorado is at risk with extremely low vaccination rates.
The second health insurance enrollment period begins November 15 for coverage in 2015.
Doctors are trying to understand the link between muscle weakness and the Enterovirus-D68 (EV-D68), a cousin to the common cold that first appeared in August and causes wheezing in children.