Originally published on Wed October 24, 2012 1:00 pm
In the past week, we've had a lot to say about polio — from its history in the U.S. to vaccination efforts in Nigeria and Pakistan.
Originally published on Tue October 30, 2012 11:14 am
Surely you've heard of crowd funding sites like Kickstarter that have helped thousands of filmmakers, musicians and painters leverage Facebook and Twitter to raise money for creative projects.
Not many people would pour a teaspoon of salt over their plates at dinner. Yet with so much hidden salt in processed foods, that’s what most Coloradans are eating.
Originally published on Wed October 24, 2012 8:58 am
Two weeks after Matthew Spencer got a spinal injection for his chronic back pain, he felt "not quite right." Nothing too specific: worsening headache, nausea.
Then he saw a TV report on a recall of contaminated steroid medication used for back pain.
"I thought, well, I don't know if I had that medicine or not, but maybe I'd better go check it out," Spencer says.
Health policies for kids are back, now that heath insurers who stopped selling them after the health care overhaul passed are reopening shop, according to a recent report from the Commonwealth Fund.