KUSA - Dr. John Torres from Premier Urgent Care answers your questions every week. If you have a medical question for Dr. John, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org and make sure to have Ask Dr. John in the subject line.
USA TODAY - A new FDA-approved painkiller isn't set to hit pharmacy shelves until next month, but critics are already warning it could kill with just two pills.
DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - If you've ever gone on a run, you know one of the best things is the meal at the end. Truly, nothing is more satisfying after pounding the pavement for miles on end than a cheese-filled omelet or a warm blueberry muffin.
DENVER - Colorado lawmakers are considering a bill, which would create a grant program to train students in CPR and the use of defibrillators.
DENVER - Monday, Gabby Krause would be celebrating her sweet 16th birthday. However, 10 years ago, Gabby passed away after being diagnosed with a brain tumor.
LONDON (AP) - A Swedish doctor says four Swedish women who received transplanted wombs have had embryos transferred into them in an attempt to get pregnant.
KUSA - Doctors say Twitter could help them track HIV and drug activity.
DENVER - Any parent who has ever paid for braces knows how expensive they can be. But one non-profit organization doesn't want the expense to be a deterrent for parents who may not be able to afford braces for their children.
DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - Finally, Republicans and Democrats have found a point of agreement regarding the Connect for Health Colorado insurance exchange that it needs a more thorough audit.
KUSA - America's toughest trainer is coming to town. Jillian Michaels will be at the Paramount Theater as part of a nationwide tour called "Maximize Your Life."
KUSA - It is National Eating Disorders Awareness Week. Eating disorders are so common that one to two children out of 100 in America has one.
DENVER - Juicing is one of the hottest food trends. Many people swear it has helped them lose weight, but is it healthy?
STANFORD, Calif. (AP) - An extremely rare, polio-like disease has appeared in more than a dozen California children within the past year, and each of them suffered paralysis to one or more arms or legs, Stanford University researchers say. But public health officials haven't identified any common causes connecting the cases.
CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) - Governments and clinics nationwide are striving to put a drug that can reverse an opiate overdose in the hands of more paramedics, police officers, even everyday Americans.
ALAMEDA COUNTY, Calif. - Watch out, you might be capturing a foreign critter the next time you lean in for a 'selfie' with the gang.