Whitney Sumner distinctly remembers the initial shock of looking at the dead body for the first time. Until now she hadn’t really considered what it meant to spend four hours a day, five days a week with a dead body. The donor had died at 94 of general failure, the only information Sumner and the […]
Major safety concerns around marijuana edibles have urged a task force of stakeholders to create a safer industry.
Fifty-four percent of surveyed Coloradans have not gone to the doctor because of cost, and 45 percent have not purchased a medicine prescribed by a doctor.
At-home professionals enjoy the perks of working on their schedule, and also find ways to make up for missing the “water cooler moments” of an office.
As hospitals and clinics transition to electronic record-keeping, scribes step in to help physicians complete charts.
Due to growing numbers of accidental pot ingestion in kids, marijuana edibles will now have to meet the same packaging requirements as recreational marijuana.
As the March 31 deadline nears, how does the sign-up experience compare to the tumultuous beginning?
Stapleton has the picture-perfect image—does it lend itself to the growing number of divorcees? How does divorce fit into the picture-perfect image?
AURORA, Colo. (Jan. 22, 2014) – The U.S. should prepare for more outbreaks of illness and possible deaths from designer drugs including synthetic marijuana, according to the new research from the University of Colorado School of Medicine. The study, published (DATE) in the New England Journal of Medicine, illustrates a wide range of dangers […]
Now that retail marijuana is legal, parents face new challenges expressing the risks to their children. The Front Porch created a graphic to help start the conversation.