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Encrucijada/Crossroads

Health

Encrucijada/Crossroads

Airing statewide in March on Rocky Mountain PBS and VMe, Crossroads and Encrucijada are two locally produced telenovelas that document Latino families in Colorado trying to navigate the health insu...

The Best Way to Get Over a Grudge

Next Avenue

The Best Way to Get Over a Grudge

Staying mad is bad for your health, so here's how to learn to forgive.

Retirement: It Just Might Be Good for Your Health

Next Avenue

Retirement: It Just Might Be Good for Your Health

A new study shows many retirees have more time to invest in their well-being.

How Syria’s shattered health care system affects civilians

PBS NewsHour

How Syria’s shattered health care system affects civilians

How Syria’s shattered health care system affects civilians

Web Extra - Deadly synthetic pot, emergency care for the dis

Colorado State of Mind

Web Extra - Deadly synthetic pot, emergency care for the dis

We examine “syn marijuana and emergency care for the disabled, who are also mentally ill.

Throughout the years that South Carolina ETV has offered the Priscilla Patrick Yoga series, we've had numerous requests from viewers wanting to purchase the entire series.

Health

"Insight: Opioid Babies" Pregnant Addicts Have Limited Medical Options

Last Updated by RMPBS News Staff, Lori Jane Gliha on

Nearly half of the 64 counties in Colorado do not currently have a medical provider with training and licensing to legally prescribe buprenorphine, one of two recommended treatments for pregnant opioid addicts. Data shows the number of babies who experienced opioid-related withdrawal symptoms increased nearly two and a half times between 2011 and 2015.

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Stories of Addiction

Last Updated by Alexa Corcoran on

Our "Insight" team interviews four Coloradans who have been affected by the nation's opioid-abuse epidemic. Watch the full piece "Opioid Babies" Thursday, February 16 at 7pm.

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Rural areas of Colorado hit hard by opioid epidemic

Last Updated by Luke Runyon, Harvest Public Media on

Jack Westfall, a family physician and researcher at the University of Colorado works with a network of rural clinics and hospitals in the state and says doctors on the plains are feeling frantic.

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How safe is super-concentrated marijuana?

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Now legal in eight states, there are unanswered questions about the impact of recreational marijuana on public health. To maximize potency, pot can be purified for maximum THC, its psychoactive ingredient. But a lack of research and restrictions on these very high concentrations is raising concerns.

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Suicide in Colorado: Reversing Silence and Stigma

Last Updated by Marybel Gonzalez on

Insight explores Colorado’s high suicide rate with a powerful story of a teen-aged brother and sister, and a near-tragic event that changed their view of life.

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Insects attack food waste and complete a missing link in the food chain

Last Updated by Luke Runyon, Harvest Public Media on

Recycling food waste back into the system and keeping it out of landfills could address more than one issue in sustainability.

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Unintended consequences explored in ‘Colorado: The State of High’

Last Updated by RMPBS News Staff, PHILIP MARAVILLA on

Dabbing gives the rush of an instant high. And in Colorado, where recreational marijuana is legal, there are no limits on THC concentration.

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Rural Colorado grapples with opiate epidemic and high death rate from overdoses

Last Updated by Anna Boiko-Weyrauch on

The ability to provide or receive the life-saving drug naloxone in Colorado still depends on geography.

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SANE Exam, Important Tool Against Rape, Initiated at Foothills Hospital

Last Updated by RMPBS News Staff, Kristin Jones on

Boulder’s Foothills Hospital opened its 24-7 sexual assault nurse examiner program on March 14. One aspect of the exam, which didn’t exist previously in Boulder County, is the collection of legal evidence that can put rapists behind bars.

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University Hospital, Community Efforts Make Eduardo Franco Whole Again

Last Updated by Jim Trotter, RMPBS News Staff on

Eduardo Franco Ramirez was left with a large piece of his skull missing when doctors removed it to save his life. His condition spoke to the complicated circumstances faced by undocumented immigrants needing specialized medical care.

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