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This fashion designer is a warrior, and it's no coincidence she's telling her story inside the Colorado Chiari Institute.
Intensive outpatient services for kids is the only one of its kind in Denver
Allergy symptoms can present similarly to COVID and flu.
1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer at some point in their lives.
State health officials say about 3 million people are eligible.
September is Atrial Fibrillation (AFib) Awareness Month.
September is blood cancer awareness month, and an oncology nurse is sharing his inspirational journey after becoming a survivor.
Learn more about the three most common types of blood cancer – leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma – as well as their treatment options.
Tips and tricks to ensure parents don't do long term spine damage.
A HealthONE specialist advises how mothers of color can advocate for themselves and lower risk of maternal mortality.
109,000 new cases of gynecologic cancers are diagnosed in the United States every year.
The COVID pandemic aided in increased use of tele-visits in healthcare, and there are many benefits to be considered.
Danielle Ryan recently received the prestigious Diseases Attacking the Immune System (DAISY) Award for extraordinary nurses.
Learn how to protect yourself and your loved ones
Program could expand to more hospitals
September is Blood Cancer Awareness Month
Sepsis can be deadly, and early detection is key.
Awareness is key, and there is help available.
How does fandom help our mental health?
When Brook McCall's spinal cord injury symptoms worsened, she suspected she needed surgery.
Sky Ridge offers the latest in medical innovation, delivered in a calm, soothing and most vitally, a healing environment.
Thanks to the deep partnership between HealthONE and the Emily Griffith Foundation, this training tool is now a reality.
World Physical Therapy Day is September 8, a time to recognize the work physical therapists do and bring awareness to their important role.
Expansion provides unique opportunity for Falci Institute patient Jason Keatseangsilp to take the national stage.
Acute, chronic wounds treated
Zach and Madison married at the hospital while he fought Non-Hodgkin lymphoma and Crohn's disease. Now the couple's story is going viral.
The recently opened robotic center is the only service of its kind in Douglas County
The Medical Center of Aurora ER physicians provides useful tips
The three-star rating from The Society of Thoracic Surgeons is the highest category of quality
Swedish Medical Center's Advocates for Recovery say community is key to recovering from addiction.
Swedish Medical Center in Englewood has a new way to help fight addiction.
Flu season typically starts in October and runs through spring. But this year, it might be sooner.
Early detection is key, and this new tool aims to make that possible
Sandy Prince is giving back to the same hospital where her son spent 78 days in the NICU when he was born three months premature.
Grant will support mental wellness and resilience for first responders
Monkeypox cases are rapidly rising in the U.S. Cases surpassed 14,000 this week.
She's considered a role model by her fellow employees at P/SL and this week, Brenda Rushing was honored for her years of service.
DaVita teams up with Colorado community colleges to address health care staffing challenges.
Novel study confirms the important relationship between weight loss and cancer risk.
On CBS News Colorado, we talked to Dr. Reggie Washington to find out the vaccine both kids and adults should make sure they have.
Recognition comes from Colorado Women's Chamber of Commerce
The annual "Best Hospitals" list is now in its 33rd year. HealthONE has 3 hospitals in the top 10.
Sleep was recently added to the American Heart Association's healthy heart checklist.
Only the top 10% of hospitals are honored with this award.
Talk to experts about substance use, and one saying gets repeated: The opposite of addiction isn't abstinence; it's connection.
Heading back to school can be an exciting time, but it can also bring some anxiety for children.
North Suburban Medical Center ranked as one of the 20 Most Socially Responsible Hospitals in the U.S.
Vertigo originally sent Hannah Jane to the ER, but it took two years for her to get a diagnosis of a Chiari malformation.
CMS updated its Overall Hospital Quality Star Ratings for 2022, giving 429 hospitals a rating of five stars.
The Medical Center of Aurora staff and volunteers are helping repurpose valuable items that can help those experiencing homelessness.
For nearly 30 years, 5280 has asked physicians in the Denver area whom they would trust to treat themselves or a loved one.
The Medical Center of Aurora discusses the current state of COVID throughout the community and what to expect this fall.
Dr. Scott Falci, neurosurgeon and founder of the Falci Institute for Spinal Cord Injuries, is featured in this powerful video.
For decades, nursing and medical students have used medical manikins to learn techniques for patient care.
Dr. Reggie Washington the Chief Medical Officer at P/SL and RMHC says it all comes down to how viruses behave
Jaya Kumar, MD, Awarded Prestigious Outstanding Women in Business Designation
A Denver man is a year out from his rare cancer diagnosis. A lot has changed in the last 365 days for the Karnes family.
Paxlovid, an antiviral therapy given to patients with COVID-19, is being taken by President Biden
The Medical Center of Aurora holds moment of silence, honors survivors on anniversary
The Colorado Naloxone Project makes this possible.
Local professionals are hopeful this new number will make access to services more accessible.
July is Sarcoma Awareness Month, a time to educate people about the disease
Reinfections are more common, but generally cases are more mild
The 7-day average in Colorado could be a lot higher because of underreporting.
Neurosurgeon Peter Syre, MD, of the HealthONE Swedish Neuro Network, offers tips for helping keep student-athletes safe from head injuries.
Baseline testing becoming more commons in young athletes
UnitedHealthcare has added Denver-based HealthONE to the provider network of its Colorado Doctors Plan.
Only about 30 sets of identical triplets are born in the U.S. each year
Seven months after former Bronco Demaryius Thomas died, doctors say the wide receiver suffered from stage 2 CTE
Demaryius Thomas' cause of death shines light on the brain disease
Annual list recognizes excellence in clinical outcomes, operational efficiency, patient experience, and financial health.
The Stanley Cup ushered in special baby name for this family
Colorado Parent Magazine Readers from Across the State Select Multiple HealthONE Facilities Again For Annual Award
Sixty-six U.S. hospitals received the highest marks for being socially responsible from the Lown Institute.
Can rooting for your home team be good for your mental health?
Healthgrades names Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center as top 5% of U.S. hospitals for outstanding patient experience
HealthONE's donation platform measured the impact of its various volunteer, donation and engagement opportunities.
Dr. Falci discusses the revolutionary drive by thought technology during the podcast
With one of the largest fleets of surgical robots in Colorado, Sky Ridge opens a dedicated Center for Robotic Surgery.
The interview examines signs and symptoms of PTSD, as well as common treatments.
A sharp decline has been seen in routine health check-ups since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Cleveland Clinic study looked at 30,000 patients
Dr. Scott Joy discuss the various viruses circulating and how to keep yourself safe.
Brianne Ham lives in Haxtun and for years she's traveled to Presbyterian/St. Luke's for work, until she became the patient in her own unit.
To celebrate Juneteenth, CBS4 created a 30-minute special to elevate black voices.
From eating right to knowing family history, there are several things that can be done to reduce the risk for many types of cancers.
Scoliosis is an abnormal curvature of the spine, and while many people think of it as a childhood condition, it affects adults, too.
Patients getting younger without known reason
Colorado's positivity rate is at about 12%, but it's certainly higher in reality because of uncounted home tests
Swedish Medical Center announced today additional burn and reconstructive services in Northern Colorado.
Every year, 4 million babies are tested for diseases, and around 3,000 are positive for something severe.
Swedish Medical Center serves the Rocky Mountain region as a Level I trauma facility with a verified Burn and Reconstructive Center.
Take steps to stay safe in extreme weather.
Mammograms may have been delayed during the pandemic, but now is the time to schedule one.
Nearly 10% of people experience post-traumatic stress disorder in their lifetime.
According to a recent study, 48% drop in cancer death after patients receive bariatric surgery.
Men don't always prioritize their health. Here's what they should know.
Men need to prioritize their health.
Sky Ridge awards scholarships to student volunteers pursuing academic degrees and careers in healthcare.
Survivor also reflects on battling disease on Cancer Survivors Day