Latest Colorado School of Public Health Stories
Panel organized by 2040 Partners for Health will explore the impact of gun violence on neighborhoods in and around Denver. Denver, Colo.
In a new study, researchers from the Colorado School of Public Health have shown that air pollution caused by hydraulic fracturing or fracking may contribute to acute and chronic health problems for those living near natural gas drilling sites.
Children of diabetic pregnancies have a greater risk of childhood obesity, but new research from the Colorado School of Public Health shows breastfeeding can reduce this threat.
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