October is breast cancer awareness month, and this Wednesday Dillard's Department store is teaming up with Wacoal Fit for the Cure to raise breast cancer awareness. Today we welcomed Dr. Rina Shinn, a breast cosmetic surgeon, to the News First Today studio to assist in spreading the awareness. Dr. Shinn... more »
A memorial service was held Friday morning for Dr. Ted Eastburn, a former Colorado Springs City Councilman and prominent cardiologist, who ended his own life on Tuesday.
Dr. Eastburn was also a faculty member at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center and a cyclist who rode extensively through... more »
Dr. Ned Calonge is leaving his post as Colorado's chief medical officer after eight years to head one of the state's largest foundations.
Calonge plans to take over as president of the Colorado Trust, a $360 million endowment that awarded nearly $22 million in grants last year to improve... more »
Dr. Joe Garcia will continue in his duties as president of Colorado State University-Pueblo, while running for lieutenant governor of Colorado on the democratic ticket.
The CSU Board of Governors voted Wednesday morning in Pueblo to allow Dr. Garcia to continue in his post, using vacation time and other... more »
The family of a Durango dentist killed while volunteering his medical services in Afghanistan is making funeral plans while awaiting for word when Dr. Thomas Grams' body will arrive home.
Grams' brother, Craig Grams, says the dentist will be interred in his hometown of Park Rapids, Minnesota. Craig Grams... more »
There is new hope for millions of asthma sufferers.
Researchers are on the verge of a major breakthrough that could make inhalers a thing of the past.
Dr. David Farrar and his research team at the University of Texas Southwestern discovered that Interferon, an immune system protein already... more »
A surgeon from Pueblo is headed to Haiti this weekend. He was already scheduled to be there next week but, in the wake of the deadly earthquake he's ready to lend his services to the relief effort. "I think Port au Prince is going to be unrecognizable," said Dr. James... more »
It was a long and painful road for Dominique Debroux before her daughter, Gaya, came into this world.
She tried for years to become pregnant and turned to In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF).
"I got pregnant four times and I miscarried each one of those times. So, three failed IVF's..."... more »
Gertrude Baines, who lived to be the world's oldest person on a steady diet of crispy bacon, fried chicken and ice cream, died Friday at a nursing home. She was 115.
Baines, who remarked last year that she enjoyed life so much she wouldn't mind living another 100 years,... more »