While mental illnesses can be debilitating, they are very treatable. That doesn’t necessarily mean treatment is available, though.
At the beginning of their human anatomy lab working on cadavers, many students at the University of Colorado School of Medicine are distraught. By the end, many consider them their “first patients.”
Drug research shows women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) now have a 45 percent better chance of getting pregnant.
One year ago, 11-year-old Jen Dunlea had lungs so riddled with infections doctors discussed a lung transplant. She and her mom, Laurel, lived in Southern California and spent 90 percent […]
Popularity of organic food delivery services is building momentum in Northeast Denver.
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 […]
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.