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Study finds that nearly half of Americans feel lonely, suggests making friends at work helps
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BLOOMFIELD, Conn. — A new study suggests that nearly half of Americans feel lonely or left out and that making friends at work could help people feel less isolated. Researchers at Cigna surveyed almost 2,000 full-time employees finding that many who feel lonely experience lower job satisfaction, fewer promotions and more frequent job switching. Those […]

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Trip to the spa may cut down on risk of stroke
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New studies point to a relaxing way to cut down your risk for stroke – just head to the spa. Researchers in Finland recently found that people who spent time in the sauna four to seven days a week showed a 61 percent lower risk of having a stroke than people who went just once […]

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PHOTOS: Furry Scurry celebrates 25 years at Wash Park
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The Dumb Friends League Furry Scurry celebrated 25 years at Washington Park on May 5. The dog walk raises money to help provide second chances to homeless pets and horses. It is the largest single dog walk in the country. The Denver Post needs your support.Subscribe now for just 99 cents for the first month.

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Santiago’s on Leetsdale in Denver gets a Restaurant Report Card ‘A’
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DENVER — Every week, FOX31 looks at health inspections at restaurants in metro Denver and along the Front Range. The restaurants receiving “F’s” this week were La Fonda in Wheat Ridge and La Casita in Parker. The “A” went to Santiago’s on Leetsdale in Denver. How restaurants appear on the Report Card Restaurant Report Card […]

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Compare the air: Denver’s pollution can be bad, but is it Beijing bad?
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DENVER — The American Lung Association is out with its State of the Air 2018 air quality report, and it’s not good news for Denver.  The Mile High City is the 14th most polluted city in America for high ozone. Seems Denver’s notorious “brown cloud” is leaving a black mark on the city.   The biggest causes?  […]

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Colorado doctors could soon be limited in how many painkillers they prescribe
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DENVER – The opioid addiction is no secret in Colorado – in fact it’s a crisis. In 2017, 959 people died from an overdose, the highest number in history. Most attribute the statistics to opioid addiction. At the Colorado General Assembly, lawmakers have been working all session on steps to address the problem. On Thursday, […]

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The Big Wonderful, Furry Scurry, First Friday and more to do in Denver this weekend
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The Big Wonderful turns 5 Saturday-Sunday. Following its 2018 debut in Winter Park last month, The Big Wonderful will bring its traveling urban market, centered around beer, local businesses and bluegrass, to Denver this month. First staged in the River North neighborhood, The Big Wonderful plans to celebrate five years in Colorado May 5-6 at the old […]

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