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March is Colon Cancer Awareness month.
Poison prevention awareness week is an important time to highlight some of the most commons risks.
Poison prevention awareness week is a great opportunity for education on household hazards.
This distinction places Swedish among the top five percent of all short-term acute care hospitals as evaluated by Healthgrades.
The number of organs available is higher than ever, but it's still not enough for people across the country in need of a transplant.
March is endometriosis awareness month and Dr. James shares insights.
How you can take steps to feel well and rested.
Dr. Jessica Gowing, Colon and Rectal Surgeon from Rose Medical Center, is featured for Colon Cancer Awareness Month
Comfort dogs are a powerful tool in the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder. Now they are being used in hospital ERs.
New statistics show that maternal mortality rates have increased every year from 2018 to 2021.
Honor comes for the 13th consecutive year
Urologic oncologist Dr. Suzanne Merrill from Sky Ridge discusses career in medical field typically dominated by men
Five units recognized with Unit of Distinction Awards for nursing excellence at Sky Ridge
Dr. Daniel Lerman discusses osteosarcoma and the diagnosis of the Denver-area teen.
Dr. Gregory leads a team of all male physicians at the Colorado Blood Cancer Institute.
Alarming report shows increasing anxiety for young people.
During 2023 State of the City, Lone Tree Mayor Jackie Millet shared the recipe to the city’s success, stating Sky Ridge Medical Center as a key...
Virtual event will offer education and awareness of the most common heart arrhythmia
Youth, and especially those aged nine to 17, will be the focus of a new behavioral health and wellness center.
A Lakewood woman is crediting a unique type of surgery with helping her end a years long addiction to opioids.
As the largest provider of graduate medical education in the nation, HCA Healthcare and HealthONE honor residents today and always.
Colorado Blood Cancer Institute nurse gives back in a big way.
Denver-based Presbyterian St. Luke's Medical Center opened a dedicated cancer center in the city.
Rare Disease Day aims to spread awareness about lesser known conditions
The 75-year-old HealthONE colleague just celebrated her 60th anniversary, after starting in the laundry dept. back in 1963.
A nurse at Presbyterian St. Luke's who treats patients with blood cancers matched as a bone marrow donor.
National Eating Disorders Awareness Week Feb. 27-March 5
PT Solutions now will be operating outpatient physical therapy services for Swedish Medical Center patients and community.
Outpatient clinic at the North Suburban Northwest ER is the sixth clinic HealthONE has opened
Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center committed to advancing cancer care for the entire region
Eating disorders are one of the deadliest illnesses, and some stigmas and myths are preventing people from getting the treatment they need.
In an effort to inspire more donations, the process for donating bone marrow is discussed.
A nutritious diet is more effective in treating heart disease than taking vitamins and supplements.
Expanded project will add more than 810,000 square feet to hospital
Behavioral Health and Wellness Services for Ages 9 - 17 the Only One of Its Kind in the Area
Dr. Scott Joy, internal medicine physician and CMO of HealthONE Physician Services Group, discusses cancer screenings
New regulations may broaden blood donor pool
She's a nurse manager of the cardiac unit at Rose and is usually the health care provider in these situations, not the patient.
Cardiovascular disease is the number one killer in women, according to the American Heart Association. Lisa D'Souza reports.
Now a Level 1 trauma center treating the most complex needs, Swedish is expanding its ED space to streamline and improve care excellence.
People of all ages could be at risk for heart disease
As a cardiac nurse, Jennifer Harlan knows the signs of a heart attack, but despite that, she too didn't take her symptoms seriously.
A health expert, Dr. Matt Metz, discusses childhood obesity and how it can be avoided.
There are ways to enjoy yourself during the big game celebrations while keeping your gut happy and healthy.
More gay and bisexual men would be able to donate blood as FDA moves to ease restrictions.
The number of self-harm emergency room visits for kids has more than tripled, from 347 in 2016 to 1,211 in 2021.
February is American Heart Month and an opportunity to discuss heart health
Dr. Patricia Westmoreland says continued exposure to these videos can cause vicarious trauma.
February 4th is World Cancer Day. It's a day to raise awareness and improve education.
The registered nurse and mother of two had gastric sleeve surgery two years ago and lost more than 100 pounds.
Women's heart health is highlighted on Wear Red Day annually
When it comes to heart disease, a local cardiologist says it is never too early to check to get checked out.
February is National Cancer Prevention Month, and Saturday, February 4, is World Cancer Day
President Joe Biden announced he will end the COVID national and public Health Emergencies on May 11.
Wesley Medical Center included in prestigious list
Today's weight loss drugs pull from the science of diabetes treatments.
Winter fatigue is setting in as Coloradans deal with more cloudy days than typical for a season.
Getting screened with a pap smear and HPV check can prevent worsening and catch anything if you're asymptomatic.
Following Colorado's car seat laws can help you save your child's life
With a few libraries temporarily closed due to meth contamination: What's the health risk of people who were recently in these spaces?
January is National Blood Donor Awareness Month.
Cervical cancer signs, symptoms and treatments.
Four HealthONE hospitals named among 2023's America's 250 Best Hospitals for clinical excellence by Healthgrades.
This is the third consecutive year the hospital has earned this distinction.
Some people experience a letdown in the new year after the holidays.
Casey Guber, President and CEO at Rose Medical Center, among 104 rising stars.
Rose recognized as one of the only 22 hospitals in the country with that level of quality.
It's common to see more people at the gym soon after the new year, when people make resolutions to lose weight.
Healthgrades has recognized hospitals nationwide for exceptional care via its "America's Best Hospitals" awards.
Education and knowing your heart health history are both critical.
The lethality of fentanyl has forced its way into mainstream conversations surrounding drug abuse & accidental overdoses.
The medical community is expecting advancements this year with the potential to change everything from shots to surgery.
A new test for autism is in development that could use a single strand of hair to search for biomarkers in very young children.
Exercise can be beneficial to health issues and medical experts say that is partly due to controlling inflammation.
At a brand-new office inside the Colorado Blood Institute, staff members are providing life-saving services.
Colorado health officials are preparing as the XBB.1.5 omicron subvariant of COVID is making its way into Colorado.
Knowing your family's heart history can save your life.
Here's what Colorado leaders are doing to try to improve working conditions for nurses.
Where to go, what constitutes an emergency, and how to navigate Denver emergency rooms.
Emergency physician at The Medical Center of Aurora on what may have happened to Damar Hamlin
Knowing your family history and sharing should be part of a routine sports physical.
Now local cardiologists are explaining what can cause something like that to happen.
Here's what women should know.
Cold weather and extreme temperatures often bring patients to the emergency room
The latest study from Pew Research found nearly half of all U.S. teens say they've been bullied or harassed online.
HCA Healthcare donates record 878,000 meals to local food banks nationwide.
Dr. Carewe offers insight into the most common birth defects and what we could all know.
Nearly 107,000 Americans are lost to overdose every year and that number is only expected to rise because of the current fentanyl crisis.