A lot of things have to go right — but probably won’t — for Coloradans to achieve even modest savings.
Otherwise, we will miss disease predictors for entire racial and ethnic groups
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Mr. A came to our appointment with a laundry list of issues he wanted to address in our 20 minutes together, including typical primary-care complaints like high blood pressure and lower back pain. As our visit progressed, he revealed that he recently moved to Denver from Syria and was seeking asylum. He had run out […]
Doctors took a look at Ian Mitchard’s body four years ago and assumed his career was over. That’s why Steph Davis brought him along to a talk she gave to doctors: She wanted them to see what was possible. To be fair, it’s probably the conclusion many would reach after Mitchard crashed while paragliding alone. […]
Recently, tens of thousands of medical school graduates got career-defining, life-altering news. Every March on “Match Day,” medical school graduates learn about their U.S. residency placements, in-depth postgraduate training programs, where they’ll hone clinical skills and focus on a medical specialty. It’s a celebratory time for many, but for others, including me, it’s a heartbreaking […]
In the nine years since Colorado became the first state in the country to legalize adult-use marijuana, three things have become clear: the vast majority of Coloradans support legalization and consider cannabis as medicine (Opinion: After 20 years, it’s clear that marijuana is not ‘medicine’, Colorado Sun, Jan. 4). They also believe kids should not […]
For the first time ever, I wrote this column unaided by glasses or contacts. It is actually the first time I have written anything substantive without visual aids since the fourth grade. After decades of acute myopia — nearsightedness — I had corrective surgery a week ago. And I can see clearly now. Mostly. As […]
I am a pediatrician who has seen, first-hand, the threat COVID-19 poses to kids. I am also a parent who has seen, first-hand, the detrimental impacts of interrupted learning. To protect our children from the physical risks of the virus and the mental and emotional risks of isolation, I am calling on officials, school leaders […]
Myra has missed 30 years of her life, due to a coma, but has found a new friendship with her young neighbor, Ossie. Together, they both are searching for their place in this world. < Previous | Start from the beginning | More cartoons from The Colorado Sun