It remains critical that our leaders in Washington support the important priorities of Medicare Advantage.
Coloradans received nearly 2 million potentially unnecessary health care services in 2021, at a cost of some $134 million for patients and health insurers, according to a new report.
The COVID public health emergency created a spike in the adoption of a wide range of telehealth services, and Coloradans are continuing to access mental health care remotely, according to new analysis by the Center for Improving Value in Health Care.
Less than two years ago, it authorized 22nd Century Group, a publicly traded plant biotech company based in Buffalo, New York, to advertise its proprietary low-nicotine cigarettes as modified-risk tobacco products.
Air pollution from oil and gas production contributes to thousands of premature deaths and childhood asthma cases each year, according to new research.
Colorado is one step closer to ensuring all kids can access healthy food at school regardless of their ability to pay, after Gov. Jared Polis signed Senate Bill 221 into law.
A few years ago, as I grieved my mother’s death and made arrangements for her funeral, I was faced with another dilemma: Who would take over the care for the two individuals that I care for every day?
When it comes to social media use among young people, very often the concern is about potential harm.
As Colorado lawmakers move forward with a bill that would strengthen the regulation of intoxicating hemp products, families whose children rely on CBD supplements are raising concerns over a potential amendment relating to dosage limits being weighed by the bill’s sponsors.
The nationwide shortages of Adderall that began in fall 2022 have brought renewed attention to the beleaguered drug, which is used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and narcolepsy.