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Household Fitness
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Denver – You don’t need expensive gym equipment when if comes to getting fit at home.  Our very own AFAA Certified Fitness Instructor Joana Canals says you can almost replace every piece of gym equipment with a free item that you may already have in your home. Joana took us to the pantry, the laundry […]

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Celery Juicing Craze
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Denver – With every new year, comes a new health trend.  One of the latest trend is making it’s way across social media and among celebrities, it’s celery juice!  Studies show celery may help to fight against cancer and liver disease as well as reduce inflammation and boost cardiovascular health. Paul from the Juicing Tree […]

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Woman warns others after nightmare weight-loss surgery in Mexico
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SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah woman is sharing how a weight-loss surgery in Mexico turned into a medical nightmare. Justine Rodriguez said she underwent gastric sleeve surgery in Tijuana in 2016. She said her insurance wouldn’t cover weight-loss surgery. “We decided to go there because, versus $50,000 here, it was $5,000 there,” she said […]

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Restaurant Report Card: Food poisoning risks found at “F” restaurant
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The Westin Denver International Airport Hotel It may look inviting from the outside, but health inspectors found plenty of issues inside The Westin at DIA. The Grill and Vine restaurant failed our report card with eight health code violations in December. Among the mistakes at The Grill and Vine: Potatoes and dairy products were thrown […]

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Study: Many popular fruit juices contain arsenic, cadmium, lead
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DENVER — Consumer Reports tested 45 popular fruit juices sold across the country—including apple, grape, pear, and fruit blends—and found concerning levels of heavy metals in nearly half of them, including juices marketed for children – who are particularly vulnerable to the harmful effects of heavy metals. LIST: Better juice alternatives from Consumer Reports Persistent […]

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Recall of infant ibuprofen sold at Walmart, CVS expanded over dosage concerns
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MONMOUTH JUNCTION, N.J. — A New Jersey-based pharmaceutical company has expanded a November recall of lots of liquid infant ibuprofen that might be more concentrated than advertised. Tris Pharma’s voluntary recall covers Infants’ Ibuprofen Concentrated Oral Suspension, USP (NSAID) 50 mg per 1.25 ml. Three lots have been added to the original recall. The company […]

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Desperate patients cross state lines to find donors
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More than 114,000 people are on the national waiting list for an organ. Just one donor can save up to eight lives. The Donor Alliance reports that 160 donors in Colorado and Wyoming saved 489 lives over the past year, a record. For some, finding a donor can depend on where you’re located. Longmont resident […]

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