COVID-19 infections remain essentially on a plateau in Colorado, and what they do next will depend on how many people are still susceptible to the latest variants. As of Tuesday
Colorado struggled to enroll eligible families in a food program targeting pregnant people and young children, despite performing well on many other measures of supporting families, a new report says.
The first dollars of a years-long, multi-state legal settlement designed to punish pain pill manufacturers and distributors for their role in the nation’s lethal opioid addiction scourge will start flowing
NEW YORK — The U.S. on Saturday opened COVID-19 vaccines to infants, toddlers and preschoolers. The shots will become available this week, expanding the nation’s vaccination campaign to children as
Parents anxious to finally vaccinate their youngest children against COVID-19, strap in: A lot is set to happen over the next week. On Wednesday, both Moderna and Pfizer will have
WASHINGTON — The Biden administration is lifting its requirement that international air travelers to the U.S. take a COVID-19 test within a day before boarding their flights, easing one of
A second presumptive monkeypox case has been identified in Colorado. The case is awaiting Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmation, according to a Colorado Department of Public Health and
The U.S. death toll from COVID-19 hit 1 million on Monday, a once-unimaginable figure that only hints at the multitudes of loved ones and friends staggered by grief and frustration.
A troubled Western Slope mental health care center falsified assessments of its patients’ conditions for at least nine years in an effort to make its treatment programs seem more effective
Colorado’s COVID-19 cases continue to rise, and one public health agency warned its constituents that they should consider taking precautions again. San Juan Basin Public Health, which serves La Plata