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2014/10/01 07:03
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Bend your brain on this: burning exhaust itself. As in, generating heat, say 600 to 800 degrees, that's hotter than the, say, 400-degree effluent from something else burned, which further breaks down...
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2014/10/01 02:55
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PALISADE, Colo. The Palisade and Grand Junction Chambers of Commerce have both come out in opposition to proposition 105, citing the negative affect it could have on local farmers, but not all growers...
2014/09/30 17:27
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Several children in Denver have developed limb weakness or paralysis after contracting respiratory illness, and four of the children have tested positive for enterovirus D68, the virus that has now...
2014/09/25 19:33
2014/09/25 19:33
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In a video called “Smoking Teeth” on the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology’s website, a man takes an extracted tooth and rubs its 25-year-old amalgam filling with a pencil eraser....
2014/09/25 13:24
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Gluten-free corn dogs are being recalled in several western states, including Colorado. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment announced the recall Wednesday. The 10 ounce cartons...
2014/09/25 04:17
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DENVER (CBS4) – More than 200 children under the age of 10 now have medical marijuana cards in Colorado, according to information received in a CBS4 records request. One woman in Colorado Springs now...
2014/09/24 03:21
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Ten people, including the Penrose and Florence fire chiefs, expressed concern Tuesday about the impending permanent median closure on U.S. 50 in Penrose, at milepost 288.1, during the Board of Fremont...
2014/09/24 03:09
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Craig — Notable trends — including a high percentage of mothers who smoke while pregnant in Moffat County — were highlighted in a recent health and education report about children living...
2014/09/22 23:17
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DENVER (CBS4) – Flu season is just around the corner and Gov. John Hickenlooper got his flu shot on Monday, but he barely felt it. The governor’s vaccine was injected without a needle. It was a...
2014/09/20 23:18
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Editor's note: Nine months after businesses selling recreational marijuana opened across Colorado, some communities are still debating whether they should allow the shops within their borders. In...
2014/09/16 13:02
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DENVER — The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is having a public hearing Tuesday morning to talk about proposed rules for the state’s medical marijuana program that could impact...
2014/09/12 21:09
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Several adolescent vaccines are given in a series, which if not finished leaves your child incompletely protected. Protection provided by some childhood vaccines, such as pertussis (whooping cough),...
2014/09/11 15:51
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Recreational Marijuana Sales Surpass Medical Cannabis in Colorado Sales of recreational marijuana have surpassed sales of medical marijuana for the first time in Colorado, according to an analysis of...
2014/09/10 10:08
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed that specimens submitted by Children’s Hospital Colorado have tested positive for enterovirus-D68 (EV-D68). The respiratory ailment, which...
2014/09/10 07:03
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I'm watching a video called "Smoking Teeth" on the International Academy of Oral Medicine & Toxicology's website. In it, a man takes an extracted tooth and rubs its 25-year-old amalgam filling with a...
2014/09/07 23:55
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Colorado's health department is taking the right steps to pass a rule that would limit medical marijuana caregivers from serving more than 10 patients at a time, but that number is being criticized in...
2014/09/04 03:18
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The former administrator of a now-defunct home for the elderly was sentenced Wednesday to three years of probation and ordered to pay almost $65,000 in restitution after pleading guilty to negligence...
2014/09/03 19:18
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For-profit companies will not be eligible to receive state grants to study marijuana, under terms of the ground-breaking grant program released Wednesday. In the official request for applications,...
2014/09/03 17:24
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Officials with the Illinois Medicaid program plan to increase payments to doctors and clinics for methods such as intrauterine devices, using an approach advocates say could save millions of...
2014/09/02 17:27
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Dozens of families who moved to Colorado to treat their severely disabled children with a special kind of marijuana could lose access to the treatment under new rules proposed by the state health...
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