Shoveling Snow Can Increase Your Risk for a Heart Attack
Repeatedly lifting a shovel full of heavy snow can be more strenuous than running on the treadmill.
2015 Cocktails with Class Raises More Than $90,000 for Morgridge Academy for Chronically Ill Children
More than 250 guests raised more than $90,000 for Morgridge Academy at National Jewish Health at Cocktails with Class, a one-of-kind cocktail reception.
How To Handle Allergies at Food-Focused Holidays
Starting with Halloween through Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah and Valentine’s Day, food is often the centerpiece of many celebrations. While the tradition of serving certain foods at certain times helps to create meaning and memories, it can also make many families uneasy.
As Smoking Rates Hit Historic Lows Quitlines Focus On Three Groups That Still Light Up In Alarming Numbers
According to a recent study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 17.8 percent of adults now smoke in the United States. That’s the lowest percentage since 1965.
Asthma Add-on Therapies Compared for Black Adults
Long-acting beta agonists are no better than tiotropium at preventing asthma exacerbations in black patients when used as add-on therapies to inhaled corticosteroids, according to researchers at National Jewish Health and other institutions.
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