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.
Littwin: A look back on 2022 — not as bad as it could have been, but bad enough
From the Mar-a-Lago “raid” to furries to Colorado’s blue tsunami to Club Q and beyond, Mike Littwin looks back at 2022, a year that put us through the wringer — again.
Carman: On Christmas, let’s look for joy wherever we can find it
From politics to nuclear fusion and public health, there’s a lot for Coloradans to celebrate this holiday season
Laura Pritchett: An appreciation of time and health in a stretch of rampant illness
Columnist Laura Pritchett found the weight of emotional and physical symptoms of illness all around her drove home the importance of saving for a long-anticipated family trip.
Just how bad are Colorado’s public toilets? Terrifying, CU Boulder researchers say.
CU Boulder researchers use lasers to light up bacterial plumes emanating from every bowl flush.
Opinion: Capture the lessons of Colorado’s response to COVID-19
Time for a systematic review — the successes and failures — so we’re better prepared for the next health emergency.
Colorado had only 2 pediatric ICU beds left Monday as RSV, other respiratory illnesses push hospitals to the brink
So far this season, there have been 895 hospitalizations for RSV. Of those, 836 have been children.
Rocks? Sweet. Let’s roll in 4WD chairs designed to get people with disabilities deep into the Colorado forest
Track-chair program in Staunton State Park gives users a rare opportunity to experience the wilderness. Now the state park wants to push it across Colorado.
Colorado health officials warn of “early and intense” respiratory virus season in children
Colorado is seeing a spike in cases of RSV in infants and toddlers at the same time influenza and COVID-19 cases are rising
The sudden suspension of a Colorado prison-work program has thrown employers into disarray
The Take Two program was paused following an inmate escape earlier this year. Employers, already battling a tight labor market, say they were given no time to plan for the loss of labor.