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In 2011, roughly 16 percent of Coloradans lacked health insurance. Two years later, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was rolled out and, with Colorado opting to fully implement the ACA, that rate…

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Water is arguably the world’s most precious resource. Last summer, its preciousness came in to sharp focus after a winter now infamous for its paucity of storms and scant snowpack, followed by…

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It is unclear whether or not John Denver was referring to smoking pot when he wrote “Rocky Mountain High” in 1972, but since then, the official state song has taken on new meaning, especially …

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Easter: bonnets, pretty pastel dresses, Peeps, chocolate bunnies, spring flowers, sumptuous dinners. Easter is different things to different people, but for Christians around the world, it is …

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Dust blows down the empty streets and “closed” signs dominate storefronts. But Telluride’s yoga studios offer calming respite from fitful mountain weather and the ski season’s lingering aches …

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I've lost all feeling in my fingertips. Well, not exactly all feeling. I feel pain there, along with numbness. These fingers are frozen. So why do they burn? It's not a new sensation. Last yea…

In order to be diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), one has to have “exposure to actual or threatened death, serious injury or sexual violence,” according to the “Diagnostic a…

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