Colorado tells the San Juan Mountains town their ancient spring has been infiltrated, and now needs $12 million in new filtration
Colorado has an opportunity to respond to the needs of youth by passing a bill to create the Office of Disordered Eating Prevention
XBB.1.5 — nicknamed the “Kraken” — has yet to hit Colorado in full force. When it does, it could drive a new wave of infections.
Backlog grows while environmental groups sue and win over delays in limits on ozone-causing emissions
It takes mosquitoes, sure, but also water, birds and people in the wrong place at the wrong time
So far this season, there have been 895 hospitalizations for RSV. Of those, 836 have been children.
Emergency service providers are waiting years for delivery of ambulances that previously took only months as manufacturers grappled with supply chain challenges
Colorado is seeing a spike in cases of RSV in infants and toddlers at the same time influenza and COVID-19 cases are rising
Local public health officials say they can get a better idea of what’s going on with youth using the Healthy Kids Colorado survey, which reaches about 100,000 teens compared with 80,000 nationwide in the CDC’s survey of Youth Risk Behavior.
People in Pueblo are at the forefront of an emerging partnership between activists, conservationists and a newly created state unit to quantify environmental justice hotspots in Colorado communities and the toxic pollutants that bedevil them.