Telehealth: Changing medicine through technology

Advances in technology in medical practice are changing how many doctors see patients.  Michael Booth, editor of Elevations, the quarterly publication of the Colorado Health Foundation, writes about the telehealth revolution in the latest edition. “Telehealth has been promised to […]

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Reveal: The poison lurking in windows

Across the country, tens of thousands of public schools could be contaminated with toxic polychlorinated biphenyls – compounds more commonly known as PCBs, which were used widely in building materials such as window caulk. On this hour of Reveal, we […]

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Sensi: Gummy Bears and Naming Rights

This week, Leland Rucker discusses what he sees as the hypocrisy between the acceptance of using gummy bears for children’s medicine and the outcry against gummy bears with THC for adult use. As Sports Authority goes out of business, the […]

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Challenges in a Growing Marijuana Industry

“Standards need to be implemented. I think the yard stick has to be the same.” Brooke Wise, is the CEO of The Growing Kitchen, a medical and retail dispensary and grow facility in Boulder. In 2015, The Growing Kitchen was recognized […]

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Dot Org: Walk with a Doc

Walk With A Doc is a program that encourages walking as a health benefit.  They also educate the public about different medical topics during these weekly walks.  Dr. Andrew Freeman of National Jewish Health talks about this program with host […]

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Rocky Mountain Food Safety Conference

Maeve Conran speaks to Lauren Bush, the keynote speaker at The annual Rocky Mountain Food Safety Conference, about her experience with E.coli and how she is working to track outbreaks of food-borne illnesses. The Rocky Mountain Food Safety Conference, taking place at […]

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Science on Screen: Concussion

On May 9th, The Boedecker Theater at the Dairy Center for the Arts in Boulder presented the Science on Screen film series. It featured the film Concussion. Kathryn Hardin, an associate clinical professor in the Dept. Speech, Language & Hearing Sciences […]

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National Stroke Awareness Month

“Every minute you save in getting ready to be treated for stroke the better, because the treatment is only effective up to 3 1/2 to 4 hours after the stroke symptoms start.” Every 40 seconds, someone in the US has […]

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