Colorado Public News

5:00am

Wed November 27, 2013
Health

For In-Vitro, New Freezing Process Has 'Changed Everything'

Twins Katie and Ryan Schmalz, were born two years before their little sister Lucy. All were conceived via in-vitro fertilization.
Credit Courtesy of the Schmalz family

In-vitro fertilization babies who are conceived from frozen, rather than fresh, embryos have a remarkably better chance of survival than from the method most used in the past, according to a new study by a Colorado physician who is considered one of the nation’s leaders in reproductive medicine.

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6:15am

Mon September 30, 2013
Oil and Gas

Greater Setbacks Eyed For Oil And Gas Drilling In Flood's Aftermath

Flooded oil and gas operations in northeastern Colorado.
Bob Winkler Weld Air and Water

4:00am

Mon August 5, 2013
Health

‘Walk With A Doc’ Hits Its Stride Across Colorado

Walk with a Doc programs have been launched in many Colorado communities – including Grand Junction, Loveland, Denver and Pueblo.
Shelley Schlender Colorado Public News

Every Saturday morning, Shirley Epstein puts on her walking shoes and heads to a tree-lined park to join dozens of friends, and her doctor, for a long walk.

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6:56am

Mon July 22, 2013
Health

Health Officials Worry As E-Cigarettes Enter Colorado

Lucas Smith, store manager at the e-cigarette store Rino Vapes in Denver restocks the display cases.
Manuel Martinez Colorado Public News

The arrival of electronic cigarettes has raised a red flag for health officials and others who worry the activity of “vaping” nicotine will hook young people into a new addiction that could last a lifetime.

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11:42am

Sun July 21, 2013
Health

Cancer Concerns With Colorado's Drilling, Fracking Boom

As gas and oil drilling are reaching all-time highs in Colorado, drilling is occurring closer to schools and residential neighborhoods, like this one in Fort Collins.
David O. Williams Colorado Public News

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