May 8 through May 14 is Lung Cancer Action Week. Lung cancer disease is the leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States.
Meth contamination forces the closure of Mountain Metro lobby and restrooms at downtown Colorado Springs terminal
The lobby and restrooms at the Mountain Metropolitan Transit’s (MMT) Downtown Terminal will be closed until further notice because of meth contamination.
The increase in deaths has been slowing down, according to the coroner, but he says flattening the curve is only step one.
Once dead last in mental health metrics, Colorado experts search for lifelines
Colorado public health officials vaulted to prominence three years ago when residents started to sicken and die of COVID-19, kicking off a pandemic that would spark fierce, even violent political debate and offer clear lessons for the future.
Colorado is seeing a sharp increase in a gastrointestinal infection called Shigella.
Susan Wheelan was at the helm of Public Health during the COVID-19 pandemic, helping our community navigate the complexities of the crisis, particularly as they relate to balancing the health of our residents and the resilience of our businesses, schools, and other critical community organizations.
After getting an unexpected crash course on the presence of methamphetamine in public spaces, Pikes Peak Library
District officials have learned that residue of the illegal drug found last week in some of its public restrooms is not
a library problem.
The worst of the respiratory illness season, which saw flu and RSV cases skyrocket alarmingly early and aggressively, might be in the rearview mirror, health officials said during the El Paso County Board of Health meeting.
Public health expert from El Paso County discusses the importance of Radon testing of homes in Colorado.