As COVID-19 evolves, we must, too. But what does healthy prevention look like several years after the virus has emerged?
Hospitalizations remain relatively low, though they are proof of the ability of the virus to cause harm
The opera company’s board hired Pamela Pantos to the role in February 2022. She left the organization after a monthslong labor dispute between arts workers and management.
Katy Anthes will hand over the state education department to Susana Córdova on Monday after about seven years of overseeing Colorado’s 178 school districts during a disruptive era in education
Massage is a top request from hospice patients and their families, but fewer than 1% of therapists specialize in end-of-life care
Those lessons are just as valid today, now that the health emergency is over but economic hardship remains.
Loneliness and isolation pose health risks as deadly as smoking up to 15 cigarettes a day and costs the health industry billions of dollars annually, the U.S. Surgeon General says
Chromebooks reach their “death date” when they are no longer capable of receiving operating system updates. Replacing them straps district budgets and harms the environment.
During 2021, I served as COVIDCheck Colorado’s general counsel and saw the inspirational leadership style Johnston would bring to combat Denver’s biggest challenges
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment says the phone functionality will be decommissioned on Thursday